Focke-Wulf F.19 Ente
Focke-Wulf F 19a "Ente"
Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau G.m.b.H. built a twin-engined canard in 1927. They called it the F.19 Ente, claiming that the tail-first configuration gave it 'exceptional stability and control at low speeds'. Stability and control in slow flight means safety.
Georg Wulf was killed September 29,1927 test-flying an F-19 Ente canard.