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Euler B.I / C.I

Страна: Германия

Год: 1914

Euler - hydro-triplane - 1913 - Германия<– –>Euler - B.II / B.III - 1914 - Германия


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This machine was praised by Oskar Ursinus of the german magazine Flugsport for its beautiful lines.
   The machine was a private venture of the Euler firm, which was later developed in the Euler B.I, bought by the German Army. The machine looks on the picture as just rolled out of the factory. There exists even another picture from the same machine showing it from 3/4 from the front.
   Later Euler produced the B.I, B.II and B.III as developments from this machine. The B.I etc. were official designations given by the Idflieg when the machines were acquired.
   The picture of the 6 produced machines are surely the developed Euler B.I machines. This is another picture of the row of Euler machines under construction, but then at an earlier stage.

J.Herris - LVG Aircraft of WWI. Volume 1: B-Types & C.I /Centennial Perspective/ (34)
Euler C.I C.3628/15. The Euler C.I was an LVG C.I built by Euler used for training; there were some differences from the standard LVG C.I.
Форум - Breguet's Aircraft Challenge /WWW/
Журнал - Flight за 1915 г.
One of the reasons why Germany has available a number of high-powered machines. This photograph of the Euler Works at Frankfort was taken before the war, at a time when German constructors were building Government machines by dozens, and not receiving orders of ones and twos as our own constructors were doing at the time.
M.Bowden - The Great War's Finest. Volume1: Western Front 1914 /Aeronaut/ (1)
Euler B.413/14 was one of the motley collection on unarmed two-seaters used early in the war. (Aeronaut)
J.Herris - LVG Aircraft of WWI. Volume 1: B-Types & C.I /Centennial Perspective/ (34)
Based on the LVG B.I, the basic type was built under license by Euler as the Euler B.I. It was modified by Euler and the nose contours were distinctive compared to the LVG B.Is built by LVG. Nor did it have the cranked ailerons of standard LVGs. (all photos Reinhard Zankl.)
A student stands by an Euler B.I with his instructor in the rear cockpit.
J.Herris - LVG Aircraft of WWI. Volume 1: B-Types & C.I /Centennial Perspective/ (34)
A student stands by his Euler B.I trainer.
J.Herris - LVG Aircraft of WWI. Volume 1: B-Types & C.I /Centennial Perspective/ (34)
Another student and his Euler B.I trainer. Mudguards were fitted to many trainers.
Форум - Breguet's Aircraft Challenge /WWW/
Euler C.I 3628/15 or 3626/15 as a trainer. The picture is from the album of Lt. Oliver Lux who was at FEA 10 in march/april 1918.
J.Herris - Otto, AGO and BFW Aircraft of WWI /Centennial Perspective/ (37)
Otto C.II and Euler B.I trainers at a flight school. (Peter M. Grosz Collection/STDB)
J.Herris - LVG Aircraft of WWI. Volume 1: B-Types & C.I /Centennial Perspective/ (34)
LVG B-types among other aircraft (Euler B.I, Halberstadt D, etc.) under repair in a repair depot.
J.Herris - LVG Aircraft of WWI. Volume 1: B-Types & C.I /Centennial Perspective/ (34)
Euler B343 school number S 41 has ripped off its undercarriage in a landing accident.
J.Herris - LVG Aircraft of WWI. Volume 1: B-Types & C.I /Centennial Perspective/ (34)
Euler B.I B346/15 school number 42 S has suffered a bad accident.