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Jablo Propellers

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February 1943.
August 1943.

of Trafford Park, Manchester.

Makers of laminated wooden propellers.

c.1911 Bruno Jablonsky (c.1893-1978) worked on aircraft development in Germany.

Before WWII Jablonsky came to England and established Jablo Propellers and Jablo Plastics Industries[1]

1937 Lieut.-Col. Harry Delacombe became a director of the company[2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1943 Moulded Components (Jablo) Ltd and Jablo Propellers advertised the Jabroc laminated plastic, and Jabroc Tools used in aircraft production, for use in peacetime manufacturing[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, May 15, 1978
  2. The Times, Jan 21, 1959
  3. The Times, Sep 02, 1943