Aeroplane Monthly 1985-09
J.Stroud - Wings of Peace
The prototype Fokker F.II after being fitted with the Puma engine.
The Fokker-Grulich F.II D-756 in Luft Hansa service, with BMW IV.
H-NABD, in early KLM livery, was the third F.II. Here it has the original BMW IIIa engine.
Фюзеляж F.II имел конструкцию из стальных труб с полотняной обшивкой и постепенно сужался к месту крепления горизонтального оперения, подкрепленного подкосами.
Luft Hansa's Fokker-Grulich F.II D-717. In the background is an F.III.
KEITH WOODCOCK'S painting shows the prototype Fokker F.II, with BMW IIIa engine, in early KLM livery.
Deutscher Aero Lloyd's BMW IV-powered Fokker-Grulich F.III D-378 landing at Hamburg-Fuhlsbuttel.
The Fokker-Grulich F.III RR2 after modification to become the Grulich V2 with BMW IV and vertical fin.
DDL's red-fuselage F.III T-DOFF, with Puma, became G-AALC and crashed at Croydon in September 1929.
Deruluft's F.III RR2 before conversion to a parasol monoplane. Note registration on each elevator.
KLM's parasol F.III H-NABV after being fitted with Gnome-Rhone Titan.
Deruluft’s F.IIIs RR1 and RR3 with Rolls-Royce Eagles and four-bladed propellers.
KLM's third Fokker F.III, fitted with Puma engine.
KLM's F.III parasol H-NABU with Eagle engine.
Deruluft's F.III RR2 after conversion to a parasol monoplane.
Самолет Fokker F.III с двигателем "Юпитер" фирмы "Бристоль"
Deruluft's F.III RR5 had a new fuselage, tail unit and undercarriage and was designated Grulich VI. After being fitted with a Jupiter engine it is believed to have been the Grulich VIa.
The Austrian Hopfner H.V.3 which closely resembled the Fokker F.II.