Paris Aviation Salon, 1934 Page: 1 of 67
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November 2:9 , 1934.
Technial Assistant in Europe,
To: National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics,
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ub ject: Paris Aviation Salon, 1934
The Fourteenth Aviation Salon held in the Grand, Palais
from November 16, to December 2, 1934, was tutdoubtedLy ne
of the most interesting exhibitions ever seen i Parir&, QIe
:rea son its great interest was the strong fore ag parti:-
ati:n, The exhibits of the French constructis in the
central portion of the main floor were surrounded by airraft
from any, Great Britain, P:oland, Osehoslevakia, n4
fnuss , In one of the groun-f4loor galleries was a display
of Itali- aeronautios including the worlds: fastest: air-
crafta The gallery opposite was devoted to a display by the
Wrech Air Ministry of standard service airplanes To ga-
lates were allotted to the large international photogram-
uring the Salon.
The engine exhibits were arranged in stands around he
ege of the main hall. Aviation accessories were dismayed.
in the second-floor galleries surrounding the hall while
he princ ipal room on that floor were filled by the Ai
Ministry with :a great display of the scientific, technici
and acomeetal as pectse: of flight0, There were noted resT
0of thi work oe by the "ei eternal collaborate: ores"
is t.ry at various Instttiter progress in heavy-il er
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