Anthony Fokker, Dutch airplane constructor, arrived on the Mauretania, rosy and stout as ever, welcomed reporters. His factory at Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., is firmly established and building reconnaissance planes for the Army Air Service. His Holland plant built 500 planes in one year—more than the combined output of all other American aircraft factories. Most of these 500 went to South American republics.


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