Albatros W.1/ B.II-W

The Albatros W.1/ B.II-W was a floatplane version of the Albatros B.II, the most important of the company's unarmed two-man scouts. The Albatros W.1 shared the composite construction of the B.II - the fuselage had a wooden frame and was covered with plywood, the wings were built around wooden ribs and spars and were fabric covered. It was built in small numbers.

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (23 November 2012), Albatros W.1/ B.II-W, http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/weapons_albatros_W_1.html

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