Les Ateliers d'Aviation R. Savary et H. de la Fresnaye

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Les Ateliers d'Aviation R. Savary et H. de la Fresnaye built over 1,000 aircraft by WWI Armistice, about half of them Nieuports.

The firm's name is from a snippet from Ray Sanger, "Nieuport Aircraft of World War One," (2002), found through Google Books. First name of de la Fresnaye is from snippet from Cross & Cockade Journal, Vol. 7 (1966), also found through Google Books. Both sources are at LOC.

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Names Les Ateliers d'Aviation R. Savary et H. de la Fresnaye (Savary et Fresnaye)
Country France
City Levallois-Perret (near Paris)
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Started aero 1916
Ended aero 1918
Key people Robert Savary, Henri de la Fresnaye
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