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Image number
SZT5059834
Title
At the Berlin-Johannisthal airfield, the pioneer and owner of the aircraft repair plant in Strausberg Alfred Friedrich is greeted by a woman with flowers after he successfully completed the Berlin-Paris-London-Berlin route. His plane was the so-called Etrich pigeon built by himself. The first long-haul flight Berlin-Paris-London-Berlin over a distance of 2500 kilometres in September 1913, in which the then 22-year-old Alfred Friedrich crossed the canal twice with a passenger on board, represented an enormous achievement in that stage of development of international aviation, 1913 (b/w photo)
Date
1913
Photo credit
© SZ Photo / Scherl / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
economy / aviation / personalities / historical / in action / persons / social history / finance / plane / germany / airfield / transportation / position / belle epoque / BERLIN JOHANNISTHAL / Etrich Dove / Airport topic aircraft / Flight pioneer / History of aviation/transport /
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