John Wulffing

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John William Wulffing was an aero inventor in Britain, possibly an immigrant from Germany.

Wulffing worked with Aladar de Bajza in 1913-1914 to design and build an airship called Britannica. The project was associated or founded by Francis Alexander Barton, and was not completed.[1]

Patents whose inventor or applicant is John William Wulffing or John Wulffing


  1. Brian Hussey. The Brittanica airship--an unrealized dream. Dirigible, Summer 2009 issue, pp. 7-9

Names John William Wulffing; John Wulffing
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Countries GB, DE
Locations London
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Affiliations Aladar de Bajza, Britannica
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