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Old 19th May 2024, 23:11
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Re: Photo Albatros B.II

Clint

A very interesting find indeed!

Not sure however this is actually a Military B.II
Whenever I am uncertain I just call these prewar civil Albatros types 'B-types'

The marking B2 is not military and the individuals (even if the old man is called a Ltn)
looks very civilian to me.

My guess is that the B2 belongs to the rather obscure pre-war German way of marking civil aircraft.

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Stig
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