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Garnier Olga
The 1910 "Olga" was the second monoplane design by Leonce Garnier of Biarritz, France. It was reportedly based on a Blériot XI fuselage, but had different, more angular, wings and tail surfaces. The engine was reported as a Darracq, which is unlikely since it was of V-2 or fan-3 configuration. The plane was probably taken over by Georges Leforestier, who made its first flights in March 1910. Leforestier crashed to his death in Huelva (Spain) in 1911, in what was probably the by then much modified "Olga".

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