|Title:||Albatros B.II (Aero PhotoGallery)|
|Format:||rtf mobi azw lrf|
|ePUB size:||1622 kb|
|FB2 size:||1690 kb|
|DJVU size:||1913 kb|
|Category:||Crafts and Hobbies|
|Publisher:||Model Centrum Progres; First Edition edition (May 19, 2013)|
Piotr Mrozowski- Nr. 1. Facts. Author: Piotr Mrozowski.
background illustrated with b/w photos and a selection of detailed walk around full color photographs highlighting technical details of Germany's most popular World War I trainer and observation airplane.
Date Published : May 2013. "Recently released in the US, this 2005 monograph relates the development and deployment of the fi rst of the Albatros two-seat reconnaissance biplane series.
Model Centrum Progres. The Albatros . I was a trainer that was developed near the end of WW1 when strategic materials were in short supply. Like many other trainers developed during WW1, the Albatros . I would provide flight schools with a stable trainer that would work well into the 1930s. The author has compiled photo walk arounds of two Albatros trainers that were actually built after WW1.
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Well known for their Armor PhotoGallery titles, this publisher is now expanding out into aviation subjects with their first Aero PhotoGallery title on the Albatros . I
Albatros . I Windsock Datafile 93, PM Grosz 2002 – Flight, 4 April 1914 & 26 November 1915 – wwi-models. org – Albatros . I, Aero Photogallery 1, Piotr Mrozowski 2005 - Colin Owers - 1914-18 Aviation Heritage Trust – The Vintage Aviator LTD –Private Collections.
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