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A.E.G.'s most famous planes were their twin-engine bombers, starting with the G.I of Spring 1915. The '''AEG G.III''' started deliveries in May 1916. It was the first A.E.G. bomber with balanced control surfaces which were easier on the pilot. Forty-five were built until they were replaced with the [[A.E.G. G.IV|G.IV]]. They saw continued use until at least early summer 1917.
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* Peter Gray and Owen Thetford. ''German Aircraft of the First World War''. Great Britain, Putnam, 1962, 1987. {{ISBN|0-85177-809-7}}.
 
* P.M.Grosz. ''Fokker Fighters D.I-IV''. Albatros Publications, Ltd., 1999. {{ISBN|1-902207-11-4}}.
 
* Peter M. Grosz, George Haddow, and Peter Schiemer. ''Austro-Hungarian Army Aircraft of World War One''. Flying Machines Press, 1993. {{ISBN|0-9637110-0-8}}.
 
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Revision as of 19:08, 20 August 2017

A.E.G. G.III
AEG G.III G.212 1915.jpg
Role Bomber
Manufacturer A.E.G.
Introduction May 1916
Primary user Cross-Pattee-alternate3.svg Germany
Number built 45
Developed from A.E.G. G.II
Engine 2×220hp Mercedes D.IV
Armament front flexible Parabellum
rear flexible Parabellum
240kg of bombs

A.E.G.'s most famous planes were their twin-engine bombers, starting with the G.I of Spring 1915. The AEG G.III started deliveries in May 1916. It was the first A.E.G. bomber with balanced control surfaces which were easier on the pilot. Forty-five were built until they were replaced with the G.IV. They saw continued use until at least early summer 1917. For more information, see Wikipedia:AEG G.III.

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