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Old 01-27-2008, 11:35 AM   #11
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Good photographs Don.

For other forumites, the design of this prop is by Integrale, identifiable by the dead straight trailing edge, which goes in a straight line from one tip to the other. Most Fokker E III's appear to have Integrale props, made by the German subsidiary Integral Propeller Werke, who were nationalised when the war started and hence became completely separated from the parent company in France.

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