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Aviatik (Berg) G

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Terrence Murphy, 12.01.2014

I'm pretty sure that his is the Austro-hungarian Aviatik 30.23 prototype, 3-engined bomber from 1918. It may also have gotten the designation GI at some point.

Terrence Murphy, 29.01.2012

Is this really an Aviatik aircraft? I can find no information on it. A three-engine, four bladed propellered (one a front engine puller) pusher/puller from Aviatek?

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