Интернет магазин обоев распродажа остатков обоев в интернет магазине.
Air International 1984-10
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Fighter A to Z
The D VIa differed from the D VIb in engine type, the former having a Mercedes and the latter a Benz.
The D VIb began to reach combat units during the closing months of WWl and remained in production until the end of the conflict.
The D VII in its definitive form with revised ailerons and tail.
The D VIb began to reach combat units during the closing months of WWl and remained in production until the end of the conflict.
The D-VII was only a project and the next model was the D-IX, the first Roland with a radial engine. Three versions were constructed, the IX/ I (photo) powered by a 160-h.p. Siemens Sh3 engine driving a four-bladed propeller; the IX/2 with a 210-h.p. Siemens Sh3a driving a two-bladed propeller; and the IX/3 with the same engine as the lX/2 but fitted with a larger rudder.
The D IX with larger, horn-balanced rudder.
The D V represented an attempt to eradicate the shortcomings of the DIII from which it was derived.
D-V was virtually a redesigned C-V with a more powerful engine - the 160-h.p. Mercedes.
The D V represented an attempt to eradicate the shortcomings of the DIII from which it was derived.