Flight, December 1921
The Paris Aero Show - 1921
SOCIETE DES AVIONS H. AND M. FARMAN
167, Rue de Silly, Billancourt (Seine)
The second military machine is a torpedo 'plane of sorts, with a single engine in the nose of a ply-wood fuselage. A tunnel is
scooped out in the floor of the fuselage, and in this is suspended the torpedo. The machine is no prettier than other Farmans, and is very unlike our own torpedo 'planes, chiefly, perhaps, on account of the large wings. While our machines are mostly designed for work from a ship, the French are mainly for coast defence, and hence there is little or no similarity in the respective requirements.