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Rumpler Taube 2 of 2

21 May 2014

Rumpler Taube 2 of 2

Rumpler Taube — photo by Joseph May

The Rumpler Taube in the lobby of the Museum of Flight in Seattle — photo by Joseph May

Rumpler Taube — photo by Joseph May

The Rumpler Taube wing support design is entirely external — photo by Joseph May

Rumpler Taube — photo by Joseph May

The Rumpler Taube wing was very much like its wire-spoke wheels, also supported by opposing tension — photo by Joseph May

Rumpler Taube — photo by Joseph May

A close view of the Mercedes D.IIIa engine — photo by Joseph May

Rumpler Taube — photo by Joseph May

The Rumpler Taube’s wing is nearly as bird-like as ever flown by man — photo by Joseph May

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