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The French Take the Lead in Early Aviation

RUSI Journal, 18 June 2004
In the apportionment of credit for the aeroplane’s invention we can particularly identify a shamefaced, latter-day American-British chauvinism in which the French could not be allowed to desacralize the reputation of the Wright brothers.

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