The Taube design of Austrian Igo Etrich was manufactured by a variety of German companies, but none more widely than Rumpler, who built 134 pre-war Taubes, of which 73 were built in 1913. The Taube was a stable, safe machine, and while those characteristics are good in a trainer, they do not match the needs of the battlefield, and Taubes did not last long after the start of the war.
|Rumpler A/13 "Taube"|
|Number built||134 combined|
|Engine||100hp Mercedes D.I inline|
|Availability||Maneuver||Damage||Dmg Points||Max Alt.||Climb|
Miniatures and Models
Any Taube design will make a good substitute.
- Metal: Heroics & Ros GWA325
- Herris, p.8.