Freiherr von Schertel designed a sailplane with changeable profil . Fitted with a full 5 hp ILO engine , it participated at the 1924 "Rhön Leichtflugzeug Wettbewerb" It was built at the Albatros-Werke (Berlin)Hi,
Mr. Schertel designed a SS 1,it was a single seat motorglider,no picture
I have for it.
Mr Corvin Huber plans to make a new modern Sausewind ... His father worked with Walter Günter in the sixties at Heinkel !Papenmeyer designed the P.1 for Hubertus Graf von Reventlow-Criminil.
Graf von Reventlow , after having got his pilot licence in April 1931 , bought on the 7th May 1931 the Sausewind IV D-1414 . He crashed on the 14th of the same month . The pilot was not injured , but the D-1414 was totally destroyed ...
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Source Bruno Lange : "He ordered the Papenmeyer P.1 for the 1932 Europa-Rundflug . Probably never finished"
Hesham, could you please post the following pages of this magazine, at least to page 68?From Aerophile,
a designer called Klingenberg,created a Project for stratosphere
airplane,powered by single engine,I don't know if he was the same
as here or not ?.
This design was shown in "Der deutsche Sportflieger" 1936 in an article by Adolf Piskorsch (Odrsch bei Troppau) about the "Schwingenflieger"
Troppau was in the "Sudetenland" a country of Czechoslovakia , where the people spoke German .
The sketch shows a proposal of 1934 for a man powered aircraft with "rotating and pulsating" wing ends .
Here two more proposal by PISKORSCH : (source "Flugwesen" 1 and 5 1934) (Flugwesen was published by the "Verbande Deutscher Flieger in der Tschechoslowakischen Republic")