THE Deutsche Luftsport Ausstellung (German Light Aeroplane Show) which was held in Berlin from October 1 to October 23, was devoted entirely to private and club flying, so that only light aeroplanes, touring aircraft, appropriate engines, and gliders were shown. Unlike the big international aero shows, exhibitors were not restricted to the industry alone; many of the aircraft shown were constructed by clubs or amateur designers. In addition, the organisers had arranged for the production of a few “aircraft of the future” which, although only in model form, were to full scale and embodied some interesting ideas.
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