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  1. Dec 13, 2016 · A full-page article on page five of the August 18, 1901, edition of the Bridgeport Sunday Herald reported that four days earlier a German immigrant named Gustave Whitehead had flown a distance of ...

  2. Gustav Albin Weißkopf (* 1.Januar 1874 in Leutershausen, Bayern; † 10. Oktober 1927 in Bridgeport (Connecticut), USA) war ein deutscher Pionier des Motorflugs, der in jungen Jahren in die USA auswanderte, wo er lebenslang blieb und sich Gustave Whitehead nannte.

  3. Gustave Brion - French Painter Benedetto Briosco - Italian Sculptor Arthur Briscoe - British Painter John Bunyan Bristol - American Karl Briullov - Russian Painter Jean Broc - French Painter Sir Thomas Brock - English Sculptor Gerald Leslie Brockhurst - British Painter Louis le Brocquy - Irish Painter Alexey Brodovitch - Russian/American ...

  4. Gustave Weißkopf was a German who emigrated to the U.S., where he soon changed his name to Whitehead. From 1897 to 1915, he designed and built early flying machines and engines. On 14 August 1901, two and a half years before the Wright Brothers' flight, he claimed to have carried out a controlled, powered flight in his Number 21 monoplane at ...

  5. This is a list of aircraft engine manufacturers both past and present. ... Whitehead; Wickner; Wiley Post; Wilksch; ... Gustave. [Les moteurs d’aviation BURLAT.pdf]

  6. A collection of genealogical profiles related to Famous Historical Genius IQs ... Gustave Coriolis, 180 IQ; Jean Fernel, ... Alfred Whitehead, 145 IQ; Hans Christian ...

  7. Aug 15, 2016 · Updated March 17, 2003 For more information, please see the descriptive pamphlet for Microfilm T-288. Table of Contents Part 1: IntroductionPart 2: Roll ListPart 3: Where to Find these Records Part 1: Introduction This microfilm publication reproduces a general index to pension files, 1861-1934. The pension applications to which this index applies relate chiefly to Army, Navy, and Marine Corps ...

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