A photograph showing Herr Kronfeld and the glider in which he flew 100 km. over the hills by the Teutsburger Forest
Flt. Lt. J. Armour pilots a "Professor" at the London Gliding Club's ground on Dunstable Downs at Totternhoe.
Mr. Lissant Beardmore with his Proffessor Sailplane, on which he crossed the Channel the day before Herr Kronfeld did the return trip.
Ivinghoe Beacon, with Capt. Needham gliding in a "Professor."
SILENT SERENITY: A pleasant impression of a Professor sailplane over the Midland Gliding Club's site at Long Mynd, Shropshire.
BEAUTY: Two views of the Wien when in the air. The unpigmented dope used makes the wings almost transparent.
The Wien glider of M. Henry Lumiere, President of the Aero Club of Rhone and South West.
A PROFESSOR TYPE: The "Wien"
WELL AWAY: The "Wien" just after being launched. The double cord which is used can be seen.
A GENTLE ONE: The Wien just landing. Herr Kronfeld's landings would not break the proverbial box of eggs.
THE VISITORS: Herr Kronfeld has on his right his two friends Herren Flinsch and Ball and on his left is his mechanic Herr Pruhn
Herr Kronfeld in the Wien just before making his flight over Hanworth.
Herr Kronfeld has been fitted into his cockpit
Herr Kronfeld, who is expected to be the winner of main competitions this year.
The front end of the "Wien's" travelling crate.
A side view of the crate, ready for towing.
The "Wien" being assembled at Firle.
DETAIL: The careful fairing of the rudder can be seen by the celluloid strip which covers the gap at the post.