Profile Publications No. 009: Albatros DV (RCL#1651)

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"Most of the Albatros production fighters had agreeable flying qualities and were by no means difficult machines. A tendency to spin easily was a characteristic of the type - which trait had caused quite a few accidents - but there was no difficulty about recovery."

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Profile Publications No. 009: Albatros DV
Profile Publications
Peter Gray
Profile Publications Ltd., Leatherhead, Surrey
1965
Magazine, 12 pages

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About this title

No. 9 in the 'Aircraft in Profile' series.

Detailed description of the design, development and operational history of the Albatros DV, a streamlined fighter used by the Luftstreitkrafte (Imperial German Air Service) during World War I. Well illustrated with colour drawings by P. Endsleigh Castle and R. Ward, also many black and white photos.

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