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Brandenburg D.I

Photograph of Austrian Brandenburg D.I, number 28.26 in profile. According to Meindl & Schroeder, p. 31, this was delivered January 20, 1917. It was badly damaged on January 11, 1918, and its pilot, Raoul Stojsavljevic, severely wounded by phosphorus bullets.
Text, reverse, pencil:
Austrian Brandenburger [sic] fighter "Star strutter" [due to the unusual configuration of the wing struts]
Stamp: 703

Austrian Brandenburg D.I, number 28.26. According to Meindl & Schroeder, p. 31, this was delivered January 20, 1917. It was badly damaged on January 11, 1918, and its pilot, Raoul Stojsavljevic, severely wounded by phosphorus bullets.

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Reverse, pencil:

Austrian Brandenburger [sic] fighter "Star strutter"

Stamp: 703

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The Hansa-Brandenburg D-I was a single-seat fighter used by the Austro-Hungarian Air Force from autumn 1916 until the following summer.

Maximum speed: 186kph/116mph.

Brandenburg D.I is an aircraft: single-seat scout plane.

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Statistics for Brandenburg D.I (1)

Type Statistic Source
Maximum speed (mph) 115 mph Brandenburg D.I, Meindl & Schroeder

Books about Brandenburg D.I (1)

Title Author
Brandenburg D.I Karl Meindl and Walther Scroeder