[WWI] Du Doch Nicht?
mark_.m at sbcglobal.net
Wed Aug 25 13:15:14 EDT 2004
I think those streamer like things were
uh .... streamers ;-)
A fairly common practice.
Usualy indicates a flight leader I believe
--- Bill Weckel <bweckel at procarautogroup.com> wrote:
> What are the streamer-like things trailing from the tail of
> Udet's DVII?
> On Aug 23, 2004, at 10:22 AM, MARK MILLER wrote:
> > Bill
> > I think the "LO"
> > was a reference to a woman friend.
> > fiance I believe
> > also
> > Maybe you saw this already
> > but - I posted a screen background version of the 148th aero
> > Image at 1280 x 1024
> > http://mwmiller.net/camel/148/camscreen_1280.jpg
> > Mark
> > --- Bill Weckel <bweckel at procarautogroup.com> wrote:
> >> I'm sitting here looking at my desktop wallpaper (Mark
> >> Miller's
> >> incredible rendering of Udet's DVII about to put the
> >> on a SPAD)
> >> and wondering what "Du Doch Nicht?" means. After two years
> >> highschool German, I only know enough to get my face
> >> and order
> >> a bier... so I plugged it into my computer's language
> >> translator and
> >> got the following return: "you nevertheless not?"
> >> tells me
> >> this isn't a very accurate translation. Would anyone
> >> enlighten me?
> >> And since I'm on the subject, what did the LO! signify?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Bill
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