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Profile Publications No. 086: Siemens Schuckert D III & IV
RCL#2181

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"A singular circumstance pertaining to the SSW D IV was that, unaccountably, production did not cease with the Armistice but continued until about mid-1919."

Profile Publications No. 086: Siemens Schuckert D III & IV
Profile Publications
Peter L. Gray
Profile Publications Ltd., Leatherhead, Surrey
1966
Other, 12 pages

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No. 86 in the 'Aircraft in Profile' series.

Detailed description of the design, development and operational history of the Siemens Schuckert D III & IV, German single-seat fighters that were operational during the First World War.

Well illustrated with colour drawings by R. Ward, also many black and white photos.


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Profile Publications No. 086: Siemens Schuckert D III & IV
Submission date: 27/05/2018
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User comments:

Hi Mary and Steve, I am sorry but the usual 5V page at the beginning of the Profile is missing from Profile 86.
Arnaldo - 28/05/2018
Thanks for spotting this, Arnaldo. The scan was submitted to us like this, but I will see if I can find the missing pages elsewhere on the internet and add them to our file.
Mary - 28/05/2018
Hi there! A comment was written in this Profile Pub stating that the page with the usual 5-view was absent. Please find my copy attached containing the missing page [added to site just now]. I am aware that Hippocketaero have a collection hosted but I think this came from a different source, can't remember who. Cheers!
MiguelMorao - 07/06/2018
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