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Old 14 March 2024, 01:25 AM   #1
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Arrow A German 'long range' photo album…

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In the Internet I found the following document of a German with the name Paul Noack. Over the years he created a private aviation related photo album.

"Erinnerungen aus meinem Leben und meiner Tätigkeit im Flugzeugbau"

~"Memories from my life and my work in aircraft construction"

It covers pre-WW1 aviation, Great War aviation and post war aviation.

https://www.technikmuseum.findbuch.n...%20153-000.jpg

I’m not sure, but it is possible, that other Forumites already have used parts of this album for own threads. But it is definitely worth to have a closer look at it…

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Old 14 March 2024, 07:41 AM   #2
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Hi Volker,

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In the Internet I found the following document of a German with the name Paul Noack. Over the years he created a private aviation related photo album.
Quite interesting!

I wonder what type exactly the triplane on this page might be:

https://www.technikmuseum.findbuch.n...%20153-033.jpg

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Old 14 March 2024, 12:28 PM   #3
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Arrow I think...

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... this is a Schütte-Lanz Dr.I fighter - an aircraft built during the famous "German Triplane Craze". The type never made it beyond prototype status.

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