Donnerstag, 27. März 2008

LVG on the meadow





This photo has a crashed LVG biplane on display. It gives a good view on the motor and the area around it but im not sure which LVG type it is. The crash was at Hazavant Ferme. It could possibly be a machine of the Bavarian FFA 7b which was based in this area in early 1916. (Thanks to Reinhard Kastner for this info).

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Flamingo hat gesagt…

Hi Kilian

Wing cut-out, side panels in metal and HZ radiators: LVG C.I

Joachim

Jay hat gesagt…

Hi Kilian,

I agree with Flamingo.
Not an L.V.G. C II, they show a top wing mounted frontal radiator.
I can't readily find a foto of a B II, so don't know if they have a cut-out on center section of the top wing. Other identifiable details are not shown.

Best Wishes, Jay

Srecko Bradic hat gesagt…

Close up details are very very interesting. Must say that your collection is amazing :)

Steven Keirstead hat gesagt…

Kilian, Aren't these photos too old for you to be claiming copyright? If not did you buy the rights from the person who took them? These are probably public domain now, and if so, you should not be putting a copyright stamp on them.

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jmpicquart@orange.fr hat gesagt…

Killian
I have ben very interested about your picture of a plane crashed on the german airfield of Hazavant Farm near St Benoit (Meuse).
I am looking documents to do a photos' exhibit about the aerial war in Meuse during WW1
I have two arerial vews of this farm but sadly no picture of the airfield.
Best regards
Jean-Marie (Pont-a-Mousson FRANCE)