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WWI fighter prototypes

kampfflieger

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Free book with data, plans, photos and profiles coming soon!

 

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I just have finished the book - Lost Eagles: WWI fighter prototypes.



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robunos

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i have it too,

excellent stuff,

may we expect more paper models of the subjects contained within?

cheers,
Robin.
 

Nick Sumner

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Very nice book, very interesting and I hadn't heard of a single one of the planes included - thank you!
 

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Thank you for your interest! I hope to make more models of this airplanes.

Roman.
 

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Yes, nice book, thanks a lot.
Just a question: is it (nice) imagination or (rare) archives? For me, both would be good, but I know that matters for some other readers .
 

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I read on another forum (http://www.theaerodrome.com/forum/showthread.php?t=47153) that the Naglo D.II was a biplane fighter, not a quadruplane, and that the quadruplane was designated D.I, while the D.II was given the serial 1165/18 (the quadruplane was allocated the serial 1161/18). The D.II is also described as having a fuselage 'hung' between the wings. Ein-steilig with a big I-like strut. Anyone have more info to clarify this matter?
 

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