48016 - Oeffag Albatros Vol. 3 - PRE-ORDER
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A set of the 48016b (Flik 41J and the “Brumowski Distribution” patterns) is included in each set.
Options for 48016
- 153.10 Godwin Brumowski, Flik 41J, February/March 1918.
- 153.12 Karl Kaszala, Flik 41J, Summer 1917.
- 153.06 Godwin Brumowski, Flik 41J, August 1917.
- 153.11 Frank Linke-Crawford, Flik 41J, October 1917.
- 153.17 Egbert Lupfer, Flik 55J, Autumn 1917.
- 53.56 Edgar Mörath, Flik 63J, March 1918.
- 53.60 Kurt Gruber, Flik 41J, September1917.
- 53.27 Franz Gräser, Flik 42J, October 1917.
- 153.45 Godwin Brumowski, Flik 41J, November 1917.
- 153.209 Godwin Brumowski, Flik 41J, June 1918.
- 153.33 Wedige von Froreich, C.O. Flik 51J, September 1917.
- 153.140 Eugen Bönsch, Flik 51J, 1918.
- 153.32 Ludwig Hautzmayer, Flik 61J, March 1918.
- 153.46 Eugen Bönsch, Flik 51J, February 1918.
Principle references consulted in the production of this decal sheet:
- Albatros D.III (OEF), Windsock Datafile no.19 by P.M.Grosz. Albatros Productions 1990.
- Austro-Hungarian Aces of World War 1 by Christopher Chant. Osprey Publishing 2002.
- Air Aces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire1914-1918 by Dr.Martin O’Connor. Champlin Fighter Museum Press, 1986.
- Albatros D.II & D.III Oeffag by Mgr.Petr Tesar. JaPo, Czech Republic, 1998.
- Austro-Hungarian Army Aircraft of World War One by P.M.Grosz, George Haddow and Peter Schiemer. Flying Machine Press,1993.
- Markings and Camouflage of Austro-Hungarian Aircraft in World War One by Dr.Martin O’Connor. A series of twelve articles published in Cross & Cockade Great Britain from Vol 17 No 1 in 1986.
As already mentioned, the work of the late Dr.O’Connor is the basis for much of the content of this booklet and influenced a great many of the profile reconstructions which appear here. Apart from his series of C&C articles, his work on the Aces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, listed above and preceded by a series of articles in Scale Models Magazine (when under the editorship of Ray Rimell), opened a whole new chapter of interest for many First World War modellers. High time the C&C articles were updated and published in book form!