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British Klemm Aeroplane Co

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March 1934.
1935. Eagle - Three-seater low-wing monoplane.

1933 The British Klemm Aeroplane Co was set up at Hanworth, Middlesex in 1933 by Major E. F. Stephen; imported the Klemm monoplane from Germany, which was adapted by George Handasyde.

1935 Stephen changed the name to the British Aircraft Manufacturing Co.

Produced the popular German Klemm L25 known in the UK as the BK Swallow 1.

See Also


Sources of Information

  • British Aircraft Manufacturers since 1908 by Gunter Endres. Pub 1995