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Old 1 February 2012, 05:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Verner Voss' DR1 Cowling...


I know that this a hoary debate but I'd like to know if a consensus has formed around whether or not the Triplane he used in his last fight had a chrome yellow cowl, or not.

One book I have, written in the 90's, said something about the Imperial War Museum having a yellow DR1 rudder which may have been taken as a trophy from Voss' plane. Did that lead anywhere?


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