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[[Gustav Schulze]] had built a flying machine in 1908-1909.
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Operated flying school, for which he built his own training aircraft., three [[eindecker]] (single-decker) machines, i.e., monoplanes, 1912, and another eindecker in 1913.  In 1919, he built light parasol monoplanes at Madel, Berg bei Magdeburg, Germany, and in 1922, he built a glider, possibly another parasol monoplane.
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Sources: G271; 2dG414; SD253
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|Notes 1=Operated flying school, for which he built his own training aircraft., three eindecker (single-decker) machines, i.e., monoplanes, 1912, and another eindecker in 1913.  Presumably, he did something else during WW1.  In 1919, he built light parasol monoplanes at Madel, Berg bei Magdeburg, Germany, and in 1922, he built a glider that we suspect was another parasol monoplane. 
 
|Notes 3=G271; 2dG414; SD253
 
 
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Revision as of 08:57, 18 December 2016

Gustav Schulze had built a flying machine in 1908-1909.

Operated flying school, for which he built his own training aircraft., three eindecker (single-decker) machines, i.e., monoplanes, 1912, and another eindecker in 1913. In 1919, he built light parasol monoplanes at Madel, Berg bei Magdeburg, Germany, and in 1922, he built a glider, possibly another parasol monoplane.

Sources: G271; 2dG414; SD253


Organization names Flugzeugwerke Gustav Schulze
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Country Germany
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Started aero 1912
Ended aero 1922
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