The East Prussian Tumbler – also known by the names: Culbutant de Prusse Orientale, Ostpreußischer Werfer, Capitombolante della Prussia Orientale, Восточнопрусский турман
Russian Tumbler pigeon originated from the East-Prussian tumbler of Germany, whose early ancestors are believed to have been imported from Scandinavia in the 1700s as the Norwegian Tumbler. By the late 1930s they were known as Russian Tumblers in this country and East Prussian Tumblers were no longer imported to the US after World War II. Over the years the conformation of the Russian Tumbler has become more compact, and powerful with longer feathers than its early ancestors.
It is now commonly cultivated in other regions of Germany. Actually this pigeon has good flying ability, but now more intended for the benefit of appearance. source