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Fliegerkompagnie 50D of Austro/Hungarian Air force had a white 4 leaf clover as an emblem, possibly a pilot of there. photo below.

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Edited by jocktamson

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Guest IMHF

If the pilot lived, the Horse shoe and the 4 Leaf Clover gave him luck, nice photo;)

Lorenzo

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Isn't the horse shoe supposed to be the other way up, to stop the luck from falling out?!!

and isn't the aircraft an Albatross?

Pete

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It was for when he flew upside down;)

Lorenzo

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Photoalbum is from FFA 40. But there are tons of other planes belonging to other units.

Try to post the whole photo later.

Thank you for your replys.

V.

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Photoalbum is from FFA 40. But there are tons of other planes belonging to other units.

Try to post the whole photo later.

Thank you for your replys.

V.

V

I look forward to seeing more of the photos in the album, thank you again for sharing your collection.

Lorenzo

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Here another 2 photos from the album, maybe someone can name the officers.

V.

Very nice Fokker Triplane DR-1 Very maneuverable but not as fast as most of the allied planes, the other photo hard to see the faces of the officers??

Thank you for sharing your photos;)

Lorenzo

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