HALBERSTADT CL IV WW1 Attack Aircraft - Original Pencil Drawing
In the latter stages of World War 1 the Germans began to deploy two-seater 'scouts' for the purpose of ground-attack to support the hard pressed German Infantry on the ground.
One of the most effective types was the Halberstadt CL series of aircraft and Nicolas Trudgian has drawn a Halberstadt CLIV of Schlactstaffel 19 which was flown in combat by pilot Gustav BOEHL.
The Drawing paper is Signed by WW1 Pilot Gustav BOEHL
The Framed drawing measures 21 x 16.5 Inches and is a VERY RARE example of a drawing signed by a WW1 Pilot!