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Klemm Designations

Wurger

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Hello lads,

I assume my almost total ignorance on this small german manufacturer. All that I know is here. As usual, if someone knows more please fill in the blanks:

Klemm Aircraft Projects

E...
E34 - Biplane trainer
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E37 - Twin engined Communications/touring aircraft ( later Kl104/Si104 Hallore )
E...
E63 - Parasol wing carrier-borne recce
E64 - Biplane version of the E63.
 

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A new book (volume 1 of 2) was published recently:

"Klemm-Flugzeuge" by Paul Zöller.

It contains descriptions of all Klemm planes and a history of the company.

The second volume should contain among others a list with all the preserved, stored and active Klemm planes.

 

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OMG,

please Viggen,can you display its index ?,and thanks.
 

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Unfortunately, I don't have it with me and now, with the local lockdowns, I am not able to go get it ... :(
But, if you look for example at Amazon.co.uk, they have a very nice preview of the book!
 

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Ditto! The E34 was a biplane training aircraft (love to see a drawing) and the E37 was the Siebel Hallore ( an early project ).
 

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I've just checked in the book: the RLM 154/155 designations were allocated to Klemm, but not used, as seen in Andreas Parsch's website. The author does not had to this information.
 

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