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Air International 1978-09
The Engineering Division VCP-1
The Engineering Division PW-1, designed by Verville and Clark.
The Euler D II was a more powerful derivative of the D I, but, owing to tardy delivery, shared the earlier fighter's fate in being relegated to the fighter training role.
The Engineering Division TP-1 two-seat fighter characterised by an upper wing with a shorter span than the lower.
The Euler "Gelber Hund" of 1915 which featured a fixed forward-firing machine gun in the extreme nose of the fuselage pod.
The initial form of the Euler two-seat fighter of 1915 intended primarily for anti-airship and escort missions.
The final form of the Euler two-seat fighter of 1915 intended primarily for anti-airship and escort missions.
The first Euler single-seat fighter triplane was designed by Julius Hromadnik and was under test in the summer of 1917.