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Zalewski WZ-I
In 1909 the then-17-year old student of engineering Władysław Zalewski begun designing an airplane being essentially a scaled-down Farman. In 1911 he proceeded to construction works but financial constraints caused a break until 1913 when they resumed only to be interrupted again year later by the outbreak of the Great War, this time for good. Interestingly, already built elements managed to survive the war and years later some of them were used in construction of another Zalewski's aircraft, the WZ-XI/XII.

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