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Hello

in old book shop i found book from 1930s and there is pic of Max Valier rocket plane type 2 --- it is Junkers G -31 with 4 valier rocket engines. So scan of this pic you have in attachment :) (i think there are not problems with copyright so scan is in better resolution - i hope it is not problem...please tell me if it is problem :) )

Does anybody know where ia can find more info about valier planes (as Type 3 - 11), , rockets, cars etc??

Thank you for help.

AF

Some info about Max valier is here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Valier

his car i s here:

http://aeiou.iicm.tugraz.at/aeiou.encyclop.data.image.v/v025089a.jpg

rhttp://www.webshots.com/search?media=photo&query=max+valier&queryChannel=&sortBy=&source=search_menu
 

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I can highly recommend you:

'Max Valier.Ein Pionier der Raumfahrt' by I.Essers ,Verlagsanstalt Arthesia.Bozen/Bolzano.1980
and
'Projekt RAK-Das Raketenzeitalter began in Rüsselsheim' by Claus F.Filthaut ( thanks Boxkite)
Aero-Verlag gmbh ,Petershausen 1999.Germany.
www.aero-verlag.de
 
An excellent article was published in " Luftfahrt international " 5/1980 ,written by Karl-Heinz Ingelhaag.

-7 pages with excellent text and 30 pictures of all known Valier proposals ,among others typ 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,and11- .
 
Thank you for help. Projekt RAK looks very interesting.

Does anybody know where i can get article described by Richard??
 
just send me a private message with you mail- adress
Cheers
Richard
 
Hi,


here is anther rocket aircraft and spaceship projects;
http://epizodsspace.airbase.ru/index.html
http://io9.com/max-valier/
 

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Hi,


here is 11 Types for Max Valier aircraft and projects,and some ideas based on
his research,such as in Valier-2 picture,you will see a Lippisch concept depended
on his work.


Luftfahrt 5/1980
 

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And;
 

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I've changed the title, as we have some other designs now, than just type 2 ...

Max Valier actually was quite succesul in designing liquid fuelled rockets, although he died in an
accident with one of his developments. Nevertheless, as a designer of aircraft, he's not undisputed.
He was a supporter of the development of rockets, but according to several sources, he was more an
author and novelist, than an aircraft designer, with a foible for some sorts of pseudo-science. And many
of his designs are more "Imaginations of the future from the past", than real aircraft designs.
 
Hi,

here is Type-9 in color.
 

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Hi,

http://www.avia-it.com/act/biblioteca/periodici/PDF%20Riviste/Ala%20d'Italia/L'ALA%20D'ITALIA%201928%2006.pdf
 

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From Ailes 5/1945.
 

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hesham said:
From Ailes 5/1945.
Context. Great find, hesham, Thx!!!!! Only Alexandre Annanoff, founding father of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) could have authored this article in 1945. He befriended with Eugen Sänger, and had a huge knowledge of astronautics (pre)history (Rynin's encyclopaedia, pre-war correspondence, etc.). The very title of this article implies connections with Sänger's top secret report UM-3538 whose contents he helped popularize, later. FWIW, Sänger did not flee to the US or Soviet Union, but settled in Chatillon worked in / for France (Onera) where he regularly met with his friend Annanoff. Sänger's son, a good friend of mine who passed away :'(, showed me once where they lived in France.

A.
 
Hi,

 

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Why we ingore this topic when talk about Valier ?!,it has everything.
 
Page 35 looks more like Flash Gordon's rocket ship.
Hah!
Hah!
 
Hi
I like the Filmation better
 
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