FABIAN HERO. A two-seat, high-wing parasol monoplane, the Fabian Hero was built in Hungary during the early part of World War Il. The Hero was designed by Andras Fabian as a conventional tandem-seat primary trainer, with excellent all-round view for the pupil (front seat) and the instructor. A number of Fabian Hero trainers is believed to have survived the years and to be in use with the O.M.R.E. elementary training schools. The in-line motor isa 105-h.p.licence-built Hirth H.M.504A. No other details a re available. The markings are those adopted when Hungary became an Axis co-belligerent.