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Gotha G.II
Unit: unknown
Serial: Go.G.II.203/16

The third aircraft of production batch, powered by two great straight-eight 220 hp. Mercedes D.IV engines. Western Front, October-December 1916.

Artist: © Keith Broomfield
Source: 'The Gotha G.1 - G.V', Profile Publications Ltd, No.115

Discussion: Comments
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Gotha G.II
Unit: unknown
Serial: Go.G.II.204/16

All fabric areas clear-doped with varnished plywood nose and light grey engine nacelles and struts. Serial and lift/trestle arrows black with all-black Eiserne Kreuze on square white fields except the rudder crosses that were painted directly onto the clear-doped linen.

Artist: © Ray L.Rimell
Source: 'Gotha!' by Peter M.Grosz, Windsock Special, Albatros Production Ltd

Discussion: Comments
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Gotha G.III
Unit: KAGOHL 2
Serial: Go.G.III.385/16 or Go.G.III.389/16

All upper and side surfaces of this machine were painted green (Melhuen 27F4) and the lower surfaces were clear-doped. Upper and side Eiserne Kreuze were placed on square white fields and those below the wings were also (probably) with white fields. When this machine was received at Kagohl 2 it had its wheel discs painted in the manner as the proceeding machine, had the complex and delicately shaded black, grey and white skull painted on the nose, the white-outlined, black triangle painted on the rear fuselage, and, probably to accent the triangle, had its fuselage cross field reduced to a 50mm white surround by the application of a similar green paint.

Artist: © Ray L.Rimell
Source: 'Gotha!' by Peter M.Grosz, Windsock Special, Albatros Production Ltd

Discussion: Comments
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Gotha G.III
Unit: KAGOHL 2
Serial: Go.G.III.388/16

All upper and side surfaces of this machine were painted green (Methuen 27F4) and the lower surfaces were clear-doped. Upper, lower and side Eiserne Kreuze were placed on square white fields. Serials painted black as were lilt/trestle arrows. At the unit, it received the classic Kagohl 2 marking of black and white halved wheel discs for all 'outer' wheels (total four). This particular machine had the outer, lower parts of the stabilizer and elevator painted black.

Artist: © Ray L.Rimell
Source: 'Gotha!' by Peter M.Grosz, Windsock Special, Albatros Production Ltd

Discussion: Comments
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Gotha G.II/G.III/G.IV/G.V | Germany (WWI) | KAGOHL 2 | Gotha G.III | Go.G.III.388/16 Gotha G.II/G.III/G.IV/G.V | Germany (WWI) | KAGOHL 2 | Gotha G.III | Go.G.III.388/16 Gotha G.II/G.III/G.IV/G.V | Germany (WWI) | KAGOHL 2 | Gotha G.III | Go.G.III.388/16
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Gotha G.III
Unit: unknown
Serial: Go.G.III.398/16

The penultimate G.III produced.

Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The Gotha G.1 - G.V', Profile Publications Ltd, No.115

Discussion: Comments
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Gotha G.IV
Unit: KAGOHL 3
Serial: Go.G.IV.405/16

Crew CO Oblt von Trotha. Belgium, May-June 1917.

Trotha von


Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Avia-Hobby

Discussion: Comments
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Gotha G.IV
Unit: 13./KAGOHL 3
Serial: Go.G.IV.410/16

Belgium, April 1917.

This aircraft shows the scheme used to finish all or nearly all Gutha-built G.IVs. It was painted bluish-white (Methuen 22A3). Eiserne Kreuze were painted directly onto the airframe without fields or surrounds. There were normal black lift trestle arrows and larger black and white Gotha logos below the rudder crosses and a smaller one in the centre of the nose. As with many Gothas, the outside wheel discs carried tiny stencils, in this case 410. Diagonal fuselage stripes in black and white with white leading were painted at the rear gunner's position as a personal marking of the commander Obltn, von Seydlitz. The machine was piloted by Offstv.Borsch and Vzfw.Gitzen was the machine gunner. It crashed on April 23rd 1917 when von Seydlitz was a Staffelfiihrer in Kagohl 3, das Englandgeschwader, possibly III/13.

Seydlitz von
Gitzen
Borsch


Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: 'Fighters of the World War I', Part 1 and 2, by Vjacheslav Kondratiev
Source: Avia-Hobby

Discussion: Comments
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Artist: © Ray L.Rimell
Source: 'Gotha!' by Peter M.Grosz, Windsock Special, Albatros Production Ltd
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Gotha G.IV
Unit: unknown
Serial: Go.G.IV.602/16

The factory markings of this machine were identical to the preceding except that there appears not to have bi'cn a nose logo on this machine and wheel serials cannot be seen on photos. It is seen in a line-up in May 1917 in an ex-works condition. By September 28 it had received stylized snakes on the top and the sides of the fuselage, apparently in green and probably close to Methuen 27F4 once again. This aircraft crashed in Holland killing the commander Ltn, Emmler and the pilot Vzfw, Schreiber, but the machine gunner (Vzfw.Haas?) survived and was interned.

Emmler
Schreiber
Haas


Artist: © Ray L.Rimell
Source: 'Gotha!' by Peter M.Grosz, Windsock Special, Albatros Production Ltd

Discussion: Comments
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Gotha G.IV
Unit: KAGOHL 3
Serial: MS (Go.G.IV.603/16)

This Gotha G.IV (603/16) flew daylight missions over England while assigned to Kagohl 3 at the Ghent airfield complex in Belgium during 1917. The 110 Lb (50 kg) bombs mounted under the forward fuselage helped counter the G.IV's nose-heaviness while fully loaded with fuel and bombs. Kagohl stood for Kampfgeschwader der OHL (Fighting Wing of the Army High Command).

Artist: © Ernesto Cumpian
Source: 'German Bombers of World War I', In Action No.1173, by Peter Cooksley, Squadron/Signal Publication

Discussion: Comments
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Gotha G.IV
Unit: KAGOHL 3
Serial: K (Go.G.IV.604/16)

Gotha G.IV of Kagohl 3 flying day-time raids over Britain from Belgium.

Artist: unknown
Source: Letalda

Discussion: Comments
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Ghent airfield complex, Belgium, June 1917. Daylight attack over Britain.

Artist: © Keith Broomfield
Source: 'The Gotha G.1 - G.V', Profile Publications Ltd, No.115

Gotha G.II/G.III/G.IV/G.V | Germany (WWI) | KAGOHL 3 | Gotha G.IV | K (Go.G.IV.604/16)
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Artist: unknown
Source: "War Machine". Volume 12, Issue 133. Orbis Publishing Ltd. (c) Aerospace Publishing Ltd 1986 Colour profiles, diagrams and cutaway drawings (c) Pilot Press Ltd.
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