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de Bruyere C1
 
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A fighter of the First World War created by French engineer Marcel de Bruyere in 1917, the de Bruyere C1 was a canard biplane, equipped with a 150 hp Hispano-Suiza 8a pusher engine. The armament consisted of one 37 mm Hotchkiss M1902 gun.
 
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The fighter, designated de Bruyere C1, first flew in April 1917 from the Etampes test aerodrome in Belgium.
 
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During the test flight, the plane climbed several meters, rolled over and crashed. The craft was not rebuilt and received no further development.
 
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de Bruyere С1
Engine: 150 hp Hispano-Suiza 8a
Wing span: 8.20 m
Length: 7.50 m
Crew: 1
Armament: 1 x 37 mm Hotchkiss M1902
 
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