The Albatros D.III entered service in December 1916 and quickly became popular with pilots because of its excellent manouverability and rate of climb. It was the main German fighter during what was known as 'Bloody April' in April 1917. It suffered some structural weaknesses but these were fixed and the type was still in service well into 1918.
There are markings for 5 different German planes.
Eduard are a Czech based manufacturer famed for their model accessories. They have in the last few years released a successful range of kits. Their Profipacks contain a kit with several marking options, along with an etch set, paint mask and a full colour instruction booklet.