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Parisot Tristable
Léon Parisot was a Frenchman who qualified for a French pilot's license on a Farman in 1910, before moving to Belgium and starting a flying school at the Liège-Ans airfield. He built the "Tristable" in 1913, a rather Farman-like biplane powered by a 50 hp Gnôme rotary. Parisot was killed in a 1913 crash in this machine during a display in Bombaye in northern Belgium, close to the border of Luxemburg, together with two more on the ground and three injured.

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