Science: Fokkerisms

Anthony H. G. Fokker, maker of airplanes, in his native Holland, and in the U. S.,* was prevailed upon last week to talk commercial flying. He said some revealing things. He said that France is the best equipped nation in the world, at this point, for turning out flying machinery, but that the U. S. will soon catch her up. He said that Germany, though restricted in plane manufacturing by the Treaty of Versailles, has established many a big factory outside her boundaries, and is "without equal" for training efficient civilian pilots at present....

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