AIR technicians in France have for some time been waiting for the appearance of the successor to the well‐known Bréguet XIX, and this newest creation of Louis Bréguet was recently exposed to public inspection for the first time in the presence of military attaches on the occasion of the Franco‐Ibero‐American fête at the Le Bourget Field, Paris. It was generally expected that the new aeroplane would be of revolutionary design, and with its first appearance these expectations have been fulfilled, for the machine is a radical departure from conventional lines.
(1929), "The Bréguet “Tout Acier”: A New Military Two‐seater in which the French Designer Has Embodied Strikingly Novel Features", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 1 No. 5, pp. 181-181. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029153Download as .RIS
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