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Alejandro, e-mail, 28.09.2011 13:53

I want to make a 1/72 scale of the Zeppelin Staaken RVI, but I did not find plans or cutaway of this. I KNOW THERE IS A RODEN'S KIT OF THIS AIRCRAFT, I want to make this from zero...Could someone send links or information? thanks!


gangya, 18.06.2011 11:57

If you would allow me to use this in the book/exhibition, what would be the costs involved, and what form of acknowledgement would you require


eric, e-mail, 26.03.2010 05:40

i am looking into doing a model version say a 100 inch wingspan. does anyone know where i could get plans?


Barry, 18.01.2010 15:34

In response to John's posting, please look at the Zeppelin-Straken R.XV which can be found elsewhere on this site. This aircraft had 5 engines and there were other examples of aircraft with 5 engines during this period.


John, e-mail, 06.12.2009 01:23

I have in my possession a very interesting diary written by my brother in law's mother of her time as a nurse in France during WW1. She describes seeing shot down in Villers-Brocage in August 1918 a five engined German bomber with a crew of seven that she descibes as having 1300HP and it was a Frederichs Haven Bomber. I think she's talking about a Friedrichshafen - but also possibly the Zeppelin Staaken - I can't find any reference to a five engined bomber in WW1 on the net - is she mistaken? Thanks for any replies


Juergen Lachmann, e-mail, 20.04.2009 13:03

I am in possession of a original propeller of this unbelievable aircraft, the only other known part is an engine gondola at the Krakow Aviation Museum.


Sgt.KAR98, 25.07.2008 02:36

One of my favorite WWI bombers.I suppose it´s my 2nd favorite.

I also want to know how´s the inside.


ken crowe, e-mail, 01.01.2008 11:50

Hellow,

I am preparing a book/exhibition for Southend Museum (England) on my area in the First World War. I was wondering if you could supply a high resolution copy of the photo of the Zeppelin Staaken that appears on your web site? If you would allow me to use this in the book/exhibition, what would be the costs involved, and what form of acknowledgement would you require?

Very many thanks, and best wishes for the new year.

Ken


Wulfgang, 24.09.2007 00:04

I want to see the inside!


Tim, e-mail, 08.08.2007 03:03

Do any technical drawings for the R VI still exist ?


jordan, e-mail, 03.01.2007 19:55

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