Technical/historical 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. Contains: 176 full color inside and out color photos of the only two existing examples of the Albatros B.II: one from Museum in Cracow, Poland and another from Flygvapen museum in Linkoping, Sweden.
“Recently released in the US, this 2005 monograph relates the development and deployment of the first of the Albatros two-seat reconnaissance biplane series. It is a testament to Ernst Heinkel’s design that the type was also built and fl own after World War I… – illustrated extensively…In addition to 176 color photos of all manner of details of both museum aircraft, the monograph offers scale drawings, color profiles and listings of Albatros B.II serial number batches.
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