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Various Hungarian Lesser Known Designers,Airplanes and Projects

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Hi,

Mr. Emil Némethy was one of Hungarian pioneer of aviation,he designed unusual
airplane consider a motor hang-glider,followed by a developed version,maybe a
Project.

http://www.karpatalja.ma/sorozatok/magyar-feltalalok/magyar-feltalalok-nemethy-emil-es-a-csurokormany/
 

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I fixed it Zizi,

anther designer,Mr. Sándor Svachulay,from 1898 up to 1907 he made a glider followed by a
numbers of airplanes and helicopters,all failed but he continued by Kolibri I,it was amphibian
aircraft,in 1911 appeared the Albatros I,II & III,a single seat gull-wing monoplanes,during
1913 he created the Kolibri IV with nose-wheel and 35 hp engine.

https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svachulay_S%C3%A1ndor
 

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Hi,

Mr. Aladár Zsélyi designed an idea for a 30 hp seaplane in 1909,followed by a 34-passenger
monoplane Project of 1912,,in 1910 he built the Zsélyi-I monoplane powered by one 30 hp
engine,Zsélyi-II & Zsélyi-III came after,but they are not successful.

https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zs%C3%A9lyi_Alad%C3%A1r
 

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Hi,

Mr. Szekrényessy Kálmán was a Hungarian pioneer of Aviation,he designed an airplane,
does anyone know it ?.

https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Szekr%C3%A9nyessy_K%C3%A1lm%C3%A1n
 

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Hi,

the Nieuschloss-Sichtig Aerplane Works and its designers,Mr. Bela Oravecs and
Mr. George Szebeny,created two airplanes,one was side-by-side two-seat and the
other was tandem two-seat,both were a monoplanes and intended for training,
that was done in 1923.

https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Szebeny_Gy%C3%B6rgy
 

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Bánhidy Antal designer created those airplanes;

- Csikó was a two-seat aerobatic trainer monoplane,powered by one 140 hp Siemens SH-14 engine.

- Bogár was a single-seat light airplane,powered by one 40 hp engine.
 

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Also for Bánhídi Antal

- Paprika was a single seat aerobatic airplane,powered by one 240 hp Titan engine.

- kétüléses was a two-seat school trainer airplane Project,no other details are known.
 

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Hi,

Mr. Fábián András designed Levente I and Levente II,they were a two-seat school trainer
parasol wing monoplanes,powered by one 105 hp Hirth HM 504 A2 engine.
 

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Hi,

the Fábián András Honvéd was a low-wing twin engined four-seat cargo and multi-role light
monoplane of 1942,powered by two 105 hp Hirth HM-504 A-2 engines.
 

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hesham said:
- Csikó was a two-seat aerobatic trainer monoplane,powered by one 140 hp Siemens SH-14 engine.
A three-view arrangement of the Csikó trainer with radial engine (the name means "colt" or "foal").
Also a heavily retouched photo of the Csikó with an inline engine and different landing gear, suggesting an earlier version.

The pilots are Antal Bánhídi and Tibor Bisits (please note that in Hungarian the family name is given first, as in Japanese for instance).
 

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So after all, the second airplane was not a version of the first, it was a different type: the Gerle (which translates as "dove").
Just found this other picture of the same airplane as in my second photo: it was called the Gerle 13 and performed a historical flight.

The Wikipedia page on the Gerle 13 provides basic but interesting info:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%A1nhidi_Gerle

This Hungarian language page provide a lot of info on the Gerle 13, and also photos of previous Gerle versions:
https://tortenelem.444.hu/2017/07/25/gerle-13-sport-tura-es-propaganda-repulogep

There is even an entire book on the Gerle 13 exploit online, but it's in Hungarian!
mtdaportal.extra.hu/books/banhidi_antal_a_gerle_13_utja.pdf
 

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Nice find my dear Skyblazer.
 

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Tthere's the Varga RMI-1X/H, which could have been the first turboprop combat aircraft had the war gone differently
 

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hesham said:
- Csikó was a two-seat aerobatic trainer monoplane,powered by one 140 hp Siemens SH-14 engine.
A three-view arrangement of the Csikó trainer with radial engine (the name means "colt" or "foal").
Also a heavily retouched photo of the Csikó with an inline engine and different landing gear, suggesting an earlier version.

The pilots are Antal Bánhídi and Tibor Bisits (please note that in Hungarian the family name is given first, as in Japanese for instance).
No the retused phoot is the GERLE (dove)13 they mad a roundflight around the mediterranean...
 
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