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Onigkeit, Otto
 
Otto Onigkeit from Magdeburg, Germany, built four monoplanes before the War; the last one, built in 1914. It was powered by a 50 hp RAW engine.
 
After the War, in 1921-1923, he built a man-powered plane with crashed at it first taking off in 1923. Otto Onigkeit was heavily injured.
 
In 1924 he built a little biplane which he flew until 1935.
 
In 1925-1926 he built a monoplane.
 
At last, in 1938, he built a new man-powered plane, propelled by pedal-driven swinging trailing edge surfaces, which flew several times.
 
 
 
 


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