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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #23101
    Indeed, Mike, it is the Albatros L.66, so completely different to the planes built by Albatros in WW1.

    Over to Scotland

  2. #23102
    Thank you - here is an oldie -
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  3. #23103
    Eastern Europe. Converted from a biplane buit in large numbers. Designer had same surname as another from a different country -

  4. #23104
    Haller H-11 from

  5. #23105
    You got it, Uli ! Over to you -

  6. #23106
    I must declare Open House!

  7. #23107
    closing the door (not a sailplane!)
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  8. #23108
    Is it an ornithopter?

  9. #23109
    No! All rigid. Pusher prop.

  10. #23110
    with a 32hp Grade engine

  11. #23111
    With that clue, the Richter Eindecker of 1932.

  12. #23112
    Take it, Kevin!

  13. #23113
    Happy Father's day and all that jazz.

    Something larger.
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  14. #23114
    That should be the Gasuden Koken from

  15. #23115

  16. #23116
    On with a floater.
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  17. #23117
    If you look closely you can see a hint in the picture!

  18. #23118
    Presume the hint refers to the 'Pneu', Robert ? I reckoned it was French, just by the appearance of that motley crew around it....but beyond that, struggling a bit. Some similarities with the Loire 50, but that four-blade prop is intriguing..

  19. #23119
    The hint doesn't refer to the wheel, Mike, but to one of the persons on the photo.
    His face should be well known.

    European, but not French, first flight in the early 1920ies.

  20. #23120
    Well, I am thinking of a Fokker B.I

  21. #23121
    You think right, Uli, it is the Fokker B.I with Anthony himself in the middle.

    Over to the Black Forest

  22. #23122
    Thank you Robert. Let's try something we both know.
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  23. #23123
    From Berlin, Germany in the first half of the 1930ies.

  24. #23124
    Revealing: Would be a homebuilt in actual terminology. A scaled-down replica of the Dietrich-Gobiet DP 11a Bussard.

    Built by Dipl.-Ing. Helmut Schneider from Schönow near Berlin 1933/34. Her name is Schwalbe (swallow).

    Open House

  25. #23125
    Apologies, been diverted of late. My dear Mum took a fall, breaking a wrist and banged herself up pretty good. On the mend now. (She is 92).

    How about this spiffy little number?

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