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[[Image:Im1909FL-Latham09.jpg|thumb| 1909. [[Hubert Latham]] and [[Leon Levavasseur]]. ]]
 
[[Image:Im1909FL-Latham09.jpg|thumb| 1909. [[Hubert Latham]] and [[Leon Levavasseur]]. ]]
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of Puteaux, France
  
Leon Levavasseur (1863-1922) maker of the [[Antoinette]] engine and and based in Puteaux. The engine was used by [[Hubert Latham]] in his unsuccessful atempt to fly across the channel.  
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Leon Levavasseur (1863-1922) designer of the [[Antoinette]] engines. The V-8 aero engine was used by [[Hubert Latham]] in his unsuccessful attempt to be be the first to fly across the English Channel.  
  
 
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of Puteaux, France

Leon Levavasseur (1863-1922) designer of the Antoinette engines. The V-8 aero engine was used by Hubert Latham in his unsuccessful attempt to be be the first to fly across the English Channel.

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