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The Euler D.II was a German single-seat fighter, the successor to the earlier Euler D.I. The D.II was essentially a re-engined Euler D.I, the air-frame being virtually unchanged and the power plant being a 100 hp Oberusel U I seven cylinder rotary.
30 D.II fighters were ordered by the German air force in March 1917, however due to slow production these were not delivered until December 1917. As a result, the D.II was relegated to the role of a trainer aircraft for the rest of the war.
- Crew: One
- Length: 5.94m (19 ft 5⅞ in)
- Wingspan: 7.47 m (24 ft 6 in)
- Height: 2.75 m (9 ft 0 in)
- Empty weight: 380 kg (838 lb)
- Loaded weight: 615 kg (1,356 lb)
- Powerplant: 1 × Oberursel U.I seven cylinder rotary engine, 75 kW (100 hp)
- Maximum speed: 145 km/h (90 mph)
- Time to 2,000 m: 9.5 minutes
- Endurance: 1.5 hours
- Guns: 1 x engine-mounted 7.92mm machine gun
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- William Green and Gordon Swanborough. The Complete Book of Fighters. Colour Library Direct, Godalming, UK: 1994. ISBN 1-85833-777-1.
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