Talk:Naglo D.II

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Accuracy[edit]

Grays German Aircraft of the First World War has a slightly different story:

  1. name Grädig
  2. still working for Albatroswerke and was sacked as a result
  3. type test 24 May 1918
  4. rejected at Aldershof at the request of a man called Schubert from Albatroswerke
  5. no mention of results or whether requested to be re-submitted

Gray's book is a bit long in the tooth but are the differences REALLY down to new information or just differing interpretations of the same material?--Petebutt (talk) 01:48, 27 March 2013 (UTC)