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Old 04-19-2019, 08:09 AM   #21
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And, having finished my books on British and German WW1 aircraft propellers, I often think of writing biographies on some of the early German aviation scientists, whose books I own: Professor Reissner of Aachen University, Professor Ludwig Prandtl, Helmut Hirth. And also of some of the many propeller makers; Lucien Chauviere, Heine, Wolff etc, but right now I an going out to photograph birds.

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