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Страна  Конструктор  Название  Год  Фото  Текст 
Страна: Германия Год: 1920

ZeppelinStaaken  Type 8301  1918  Германия  <–  –>  Zschach  Rflyingboat  Германия 
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20. Original configuration with open cockpit.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20. Final configuration with enclosed cockpit.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The wartime Staaken bombers took contemporary wood construction to its limit and produced useful operational night bombers. The next step was to develop Rplanes with high enough performance to enable daytime bombing, and that required the best technology then available. These were designed during the war but too late for construction. In 1919 Staaken designed the modern allmetal E.4/20 passenger plane development of this research. Above, with open pilot's cockpit and an airspeed indicator on its wing, is the stunning, highperformance result. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken E.4/20 on the cover of a magazine.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Front view of the new Staaken E.4/20 showing the original cockpit. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
More views of the Staaken E.4/20 on the field.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken employees have their photo taken with the striking new Staaken E.4/20. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken E.4/20 shows off its very clean lines. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB) The E.4/20 of 191920. Designed by Adolf Rohrbach and built at Staaken: wingspan 31.0 m, length 16.6 m, wing area 106 sq m, allup weight 8,500 kg, four 260 hp Maybach engines. 

J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken E.4/20 shows off its very clean lines. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
More views of the Staaken E.4/20 on the field.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken E.4/20 on the airfield. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  Weird Wings of WWI /Centennial Perspective/ (70)  
The ZeppelinStaaken company received allmetal technology from its ZeppelinLindau sister company and built the remarkable allmetal Staaken E.4/20 monoplane as a result. Built as a transport due to the armistice, it was faster than contemporary fighter planes such as the Spad 13. The E.4/20 was the world's first allmetal 4engine cantilever monoplane and the ancestor of all modern 4engine transports. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20 as built with original open cockpit. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  Weird Wings of WWI /Centennial Perspective/ (70)  
The Staaken E.4/20 after the cockpit was converted from an open cockpit to a cabin. The two pilots sat side by side.The InterAllied Control Commission insisted the E.4/20 be destroyed and this historic aircraft had to be scrapped, not even surviving as a museum exhibit. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken E.4/20 after the cockpit was converted from the open cockpit to a cabin. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Side view of the Staaken E.4/20 before engines were installed. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Side view of the Staaken allmetal E.4/20.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken E.4/20 in flight; taken from a magazine article.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken E.4/20 in flight over the field. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20 in flight. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Closeup of the main landing gear of the Staaken allmetal E.4/20. The name 'Staaken' has been painted on the fuselage. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Passengers board the Staaken E.4/20. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Fore and aft views of the engine nacelles of the Staaken E.4/20 in the factory.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Maybach Mb.lVa engine installation of the E.4/20 in the Berlin Technik Museum. (Michael Schmeelke)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Another view of the allmetal Staaken E.4/20 under construction in the factory. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken allmetal E.4/20 under construction. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Original configuration of the pilot's cockpit in Staaken E.4/20 in the factory. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Another view of the Staaken E.4/20 in a soft spot in the field. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
The Staaken E.4/20 in a soft spot on the field. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Ahead of its time: The ZeppelinStaaken E4/20 metal aircraft designed by Adolf Rohrbach had to be scrapped in 1922. This was stipulated in the Treaty of Versailles. On 21 November 1922 the Staaken E.4/20 was scrapped due to the demands of the IAACC. Note the cabin cockpit. 

J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Early in the construction process for the Staaken allmetal E.4/20. This appears to be a mockup of the E.4/20 with wooden frame and canvas covering. (PM Grosz Collection/STDB)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20 structural details showing the wing spar.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20 structural details.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20. Original configuration with open cockpit.  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20. Final configuration with enclosed cockpit.  
G.Haddow, P.Grosz  The German Giants /Putnam/  
Factory drawing of the Staaken E.4/20 Civil airliner  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20  
J.Herris  ZeppelinStaaken Aircraft of WW1. Vol 2: R.VI R.30/16  E.4/20 /Centennial Perspective/ (48)  
Staaken E.4/20. Final Configuration with Closed Cockpit. 