This Week’s Hints to help you along:
- A rotary engine fighter from the Great War.
- 80 hp when more powerful engines were preferred.
- Looks like French wings on a German fuselage.
- A variant was the designer’s personal aircraft after the war.
So do you know what this aircraft is?
Post a REPLY below with your best guess!
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7 thoughts on “Not a Captured French Plane”
My mistake. This is a Fokker V33. An early photo in summer 1918 as later development went for an N strut.
Fokker V.9 taken with an Amilcar C3 to the rear …date
Actually, I agree with Dick Funke that it is a Fokker D.6.
No, it is a Fokker V.9, which is also as J. Wood stated. That aircraft has 80 hp engine.