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Berg & Storm Type II / Type III

This 1910 machine was designed by Olaf Berg (aerodynamic expert) and Louis Storm (statics expert) for the shipbuilders firm Burmeister & Wain in Denmark. Olaf Berg was one of the early flying pioneers in Paris in 1908, where he saw Farman, Blériot and Levasseur fly at Issy-les-Moulineaux. It was powered by a three-cylinder Nielsen engine. Wingspan 8.8 meters, length 8.3 meters, height 2.1 meters. The type III was bought by the Danish army and served until 1914. It currently resides in the Denmark Flymuseum.

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