Siebel Fh 104 Hallore
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Peter Sjögren, e-mail, 27.09.2020 18:55

Hallo Herr Ralf.
Thanks for asking.
I am sorry to answer you in English, but I don't speak German.
I have no more information than what was said in my family that he was the engineer in this project. I now understand that there was a group of persons who developed this airplane. Unfortunately my grandfather isn't mentioned in this group so I don't know how much he was involved in the project.
kind regards
Peter


Ralf Liebegott, e-mail, 22.09.2020 15:07

Hallo Herr Peter,
haben Sie weitere Infos über Ihren Grossvater und seine Teatigkeit bei Siebel in Halle?
Grüße Ralf Liebegott


Ralf Liebegott, e-mail, 22.09.2020 15:04

In Halle gibt es Vorbereitungsrecherchen für eine Ausstellung zu den Siebel-Flugzeugwerken.
Ich bin fue jede Info dankbar.
Gibt es irgendwo noch eine in Halle produzierte Maschine in einem Museum oder bei einem Sammler ?


Peter Sjgren, e-mail, 20.12.2013 00:31

I would also like to know anything and everything about this aircraft, since it is said in my family that its my grandfather, the engineer Arthur Beth ( 1895-1968 ) who is the constructor of it.
I dont mind if someone knows better than I and gives me another name for the construction, I prefer the truth :)


Barry, 02.10.2012 19:23

First flown as the Flugzeugbau Halle Fh 104 Hallore this was the first original design to come from this Klemm subsidiary. It is doubtful if it was ever known as the "Klemm Fh104 Hallore". The aircraft did, as noted, only achieve a modest production of 46 but it did achieve notable success. It won the 1938 Littorio Rally in Italy covering some 3,583 miles across 12 countries. In addition, in March 1939 it completed 24,480 mile tour of Africa.


wlkriessmann, e-mail, 26.09.2010 03:16

Only once I had th pleasure to pilot aSiebel Fh 104 ,On March 9th 1942 I started with some staff officers from Befehlshaber Mitte as p[assengers with KB+ZK from Doeberitz - Koelleda-Kassel-Saarbruecken-Ramilly-Le bourget-Koelln- Staaken Easter n Paris Return on March the 14th My last flight with BHM from then on to KG 53 and Russia/


clive bagley, e-mail, 23.06.2010 00:23

Reading Captain Eric Browns (CBE DSC AFC RN) book "Wings On My Sleeve" I recall the aircraft in question (Siebel 204) was used as a personal runabout after WW2 whilst he was working as a test pilot for the Royal Aircraft Establishment UK.


Patrick Siebel, e-mail, 31.12.2009 17:24

I would like to know anything interesting trivia about the Siebel aircraft, as my granfather owned Siebelflugzeugwerke. I am a private pilot and often wonder what it would be like to fly one of the Siebel aircraft.


Bernd Kster, e-mail, 11.10.2009 21:50

The (I think worldwide) famous known Beate Uhse escaped, after her husband had died in war, with her son, nurse and four other persons in a Siebel FH 104 from Gatow to Travemnde in western part of Germany. That was on 22nd of April 1945; she had been a very good pilot and had been working as a pilot during the war.




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