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Harlan-Flugzeugwerke GmbH Dove
 
Harlan, who had rented a shed to Max Schüler, took over the semifinished student model in 1910. His chief architect Karl Grulich improved it, finished it - and Harlan came out with it. This Harlan-Eindecker became a successful aircraft. On 29 December 1910, Grulich thus flew his aircraft license number 46. By the end of the year 1911 several versions of this pattern were built and sold. At the end of 1913, the Harlan works had three aircraft sheds, but in the spring of 1914 Harlan was financially deadlocked. He sold his company.
 
At the beginning of 1914, the "Bussard-Flugzeug-Werke GmbH" emerged from the sale of the remains of the Harlan-Flugzeugwerke GmbH and had its small workshop and flying school in the shed.
 
 
 
 


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