The German Fighter since 1915

R.Kosin - The German Fighter since 1915 /Putnam/

Sopwith Triplane
Albatros 'racing' biplane built for the Vienna flying week, 1914.
Albatros B.II, 1914.
Albatros D II (serial D 497/16).
Albatros D.I
Albatros D.II
Albatros D.III
Albatros D.III
Albatros D.V
Albatros D V. Upper wing at pilot's eye level, rear view mirror, telescopic gun sight.
Patent granted to August Euler for installation of a machine-gun in an aircraft.
Fokker Spin (Spider) 1912.
Fokker Eindecker, wing warping control system.
Fokker E.III
Fokker D.II
Fokker D.III
Fokker D.VII
Fokker D.VII
Fokker D VII, twin machinegun installation located directly in front of the pilot.
Fokker D.VII
Fokker D.VIII
Fokker D.VIII
Halberstadt D II
Junkers single-seater, fuselage framework made of open dural profile strip, before attachment of corrugated sheet metal skin.
Junkers J 9 (J.I)
LFG Roland D IIa
Second to last Roland fighter was the experimental Type D.XVI. (160 h.p. eleven-cylinder Siemens-Halske Sh III engine.)
A Siemens-Halske Sh III engine distinguished the second of the two D XVI fighter prototypes.
Pfalz wooden fuselage with steel-wire diagonal bracing (fabric covering removed).
Pfalz D.IIIa
Pfalz D.VIII
Pfalz fuselage construction.
Rumpler D.I
Siemens-Schuckert D.III
Zeppelin (Dornier) D I upper wing structure.
Dornier Do D.I