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Hegetschweiler Moswey II
Hegetschweiler Moswey II
Before the war and during the 1940s the best-known sailplanes to emerge from Switzerland were the Moswey range of training and competition single seaters designed by Georg Miiller arjd produced by the Hegetschweiler firm.
The Moswey 1 trainer of 1930 was followed in 1935 by the Moswey II, which had cantilever shoulder-mounted gull wings of 45 ft 3 in span. This was of conventional plywood and fabric construction, and in 1937 the Moswey II was among the types participating in the first International Competition to be held at the Wasserkuppe in Germany.
One Moswey II and three Mk IIAs were still on the Swiss register at the beginning of 1964.

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