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[[File:Pfalz_D_III_D1370_17_aka_G110.jpg|thumb|300px|D1370/17 in British markings. <ref name="Thou Aircraft photos G110">[http://1000aircraftphotos.com/Contributions/McBrideBill/10489.htm McBride Photos]</ref>]]
 
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|caption=D1370/17 in British markings. <ref name="Thou Aircraft photos G110">[http://1000aircraftphotos.com/Contributions/McBrideBill/10489.htm McBride Photos]</ref>
 
|designation=[[:Category:Pfalz D III|Pfalz D III]]
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=History=
 
Flown by Vzfw (Vizefeldwebel, acting Sergeant) Hecht of Jasta 10 (Jagdstaffel, fighter squadron) of the German AAS on December 17, 1917, D1370/17 was downed intact near Estrées-en-Chaussée, France, by 2nd Lieutenants A.G. Hanna and R.A. Burnand of No. 35 Squadron, RFC,<ref name="Thou Aircraft photos G110"/> the unit which subsequently took the aircraft over as '''G110.'''<ref name="BMAS P71">{{British Military Aircraft Serials}} Page 71</ref>
   
 
D1370/17 - aka G110 - was presumably among those scrapped after a survey in February 1919.<ref name="Thou Aircraft photos G110"/>
'''D1370/17''' was a [[:Category:Pfalz D III|Pfalz D III]].
 
   
 
=References=
==History==
 
Flown by Vzfw (Vizefeldwebel, acting Sergeant) Hecht of Jasta 10 (Jagdstaffel, fighter squadron) of the German AAS on December 17, 1917, D1370/17 was downed intact near Estrées-en-Chaussée, France, by 2nd Lieutenants A.G. Hanna and R.A. Burnand of No. 35 Squadron, RFC,<ref name="Thou Aircraft photos G110"/> the unit which subsequently took the aircraft over as G110.<ref name="BMAS P71">{{British Military Aircraft Serials}} Page 71</ref>
 
 
D1370/17 aka G110 was presumably among those scrapped after a survey in February 1919.<ref name="Thou Aircraft photos G110"/>
 
 
==References==
 
 
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[[Category:German Aircraft]]
 
 
[[Category:World War 1]]
 
[[Category:World War 1]]
 
[[Category:Pfalz D III]]
 
[[Category:Pfalz D III]]

Latest revision as of 11:43, 6 November 2017

History[]

Flown by Vzfw (Vizefeldwebel, acting Sergeant) Hecht of Jasta 10 (Jagdstaffel, fighter squadron) of the German AAS on December 17, 1917, D1370/17 was downed intact near Estrées-en-Chaussée, France, by 2nd Lieutenants A.G. Hanna and R.A. Burnand of No. 35 Squadron, RFC,[1] the unit which subsequently took the aircraft over as G110.[2]

D1370/17 - aka G110 - was presumably among those scrapped after a survey in February 1919.[1]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 McBride Photos
  2. Robertson, Bruce. British Military Aircraft Serials 1912-1966. Ian Allen Ltd. 1967 Page 71