GRAHAME-WHITE, Claude
(1879-1959)
   UK author of two sf juveniles with Harry HARPER (whom see for details): The Air-King's Treasure (1913) and The Invisible War-Plane: A Tale of Air Adventure in the Great Campaign(1915).
   JC

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  • Grahame-White, Claude — ▪ British aviator born Aug. 21, 1879, Bursledon, Hampshire, Eng. died Aug. 19, 1959, Nice, France  English aviator who played a seminal role in early British aviation.       Educated at Bedford in engineering, Grahame White owned one of the first …   Universalium

  • Claude Grahame-White — in 1910 Full name Claude Grahame White Born 21 August 1879(1879 08 21) Bursledon, Hampshire …   Wikipedia

  • Claude Grahame White — (August 21, 1879 – August 19, 1959) was an English pioneer of aviation, and the first to make a night flight, during the Daily Mail sponsored London to Manchester race in 1910.Early lifeClaude Grahame White was born in Bursledon, Hampshire in… …   Wikipedia

  • Grahame-White — war ein britischer Flugzeughersteller und Hersteller von Cyclecars. Die Firma wurde als Grahame White Aviation Company 1911 von Claude Grahame White in Hendon (Middlesex) gegründet und baute viele bekannte und erfolgreiche Flugzeuge eigener… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Grahame-White Baby — NOTOC Infobox Aircraft name=Baby caption= type=Sports plane manufacturer=Grahame White designer=Claude Grahame White first flight=1912 introduced= retired= status= primary user= more users= produced= number built=ca.6 variants with their own… …   Wikipedia

  • Grahame-White — The Grahame White Aviation Company was an early British aircraft manufacturer and flying school established by Claude Grahame White at Hendon in 1911. The firm built mostly aircraft of its own design, including the successful Type XV, but during… …   Wikipedia

  • Grahame-White Type XIII — NOTOC Infobox Aircraft name=Type XIII caption= type=Racing seaplane national origin=United Kingdom manufacturer=Grahame White Aviation Company designer=J. D. North first flight=avyear|1914 introduced= retired= status= primary user= more users=… …   Wikipedia

  • Grahame Park — For the Australian football stadium of the same name see Bluetongue Stadium Coordinates: 51°36′00″N 0°14′31″W / 51.6001°N 0.2419°W / 51.6001; 0.2419 …   Wikipedia

  • Hendon Aerodrome — was an aerodrome in Hendon, north London, England and between 1908 and 1968 was an important centre for aviation. It was situated in Colindale, seven miles (11.3 km) north west of Charing Cross. It nearly became the Charing Cross of the UK s… …   Wikipedia

  • October 1910 — January – February – March – April – May – June – July August – September – October – November – December The following events occurred in October 1910: October 1, 1910: Terrorist bombing of the Los Angeles Times kills 21 people …   Wikipedia

  • John Bevins Moisant — Infobox Person name = John Bevins Moisant image size = 150px caption = Moisant in 1910 birth date = birth date|1868|4|25|df=y birth place = Kankakee, Illinois, U.S. death date = death date and age|1910|12|31|1868|4|25|df=y death place = New… …   Wikipedia

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