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AEG Wagner Eule

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Manufacturer  AEG
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Unrestored aeg wagner eulee on display


The AEG Wagner Eule was a German reconnaissance aircraft built in 1914 by Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft.

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Development

The Eule (English: Owl) was one of a series of aircraft developed by the German electrical company AEG. The single engine two seat aircraft was built of oak wood with fabric covering. The first prototype was built with a Gnome rotary engine which caught fire during tests. The second was equipped with engine was from a Ford Model T.

Operators

 German Empire
  • Luftstreitkräfte
  • Survivors

    One example is displayed in unrestored condition at the Narodowe Museum Lotnictwa in Krakow, Poland. It was transferred to Deutsche Luftfahrt Sammlung prior to World War II. It was moved to Poland to protect it from Allied bombings.

    Specifications AEG Wagner Eule

    General characteristics

  • Powerplant: 1 × Gnome Rotary
  • Performance

    References

    AEG Wagner Eule Wikipedia


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