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Valorius, e-mail, 28.04.2021 23:37

The nene was given to the soviets in a lost bet of billiards by the chief designer of RR.

It was not stolen.

Valorius, e-mail, 28.04.2021 23:37

The nene was given to the soviets in a lost bet of billiards by the chief designer of RR.

It was not stolen.

Roy Rhinehart, e-mail, 12.01.2015 18:59

Scaled up peanut plan36"ws, 64mm w/480 edf-not enough power-going to 64mm edfwith brushless motor.should fly(3 ch.,rudder/ele)Roy

Naga, 11.11.2012 05:33

The Americans were behind even Russian jet development, utilizing direct copies of British engines while the Soviets began to branch out.

Barry, 27.09.2012 13:46

The Fargo packed a punch for it's time, but like every thing that the soviets did it was all about stealing other people's ideas. They had made no effort to develop a jet engine like the British, the Germans and the Americans (with a great deal of British help)so they stole German designs from Junkers, BMW and others. When these rather, for their time, complicated jet engines proved too difficult and unreliable they stole British designs like the Nene. Agreed this was somewhat with the conivance of the left wing Atlee goverment, but once they got their hands on it they just went ahead and copied wholesale. God forbid that they would ever pay a licence fee to Rolls Royce.
Strange to think how content we were to help such a corrupt and criminal regime.

Naga, 01.08.2011 05:40

Is very crazy thought indeed gaucho, the P.1101 not only had swept wings but was variable-geometric, meaning the wings could change the angle of the sweep, although only on the ground.

PT, e-mail, 18.02.2011 12:19

It doesn't look like Messerschmitt P.1101, Messerschmitt hed swept wings, another desing of tail and so on. The same design of Engine under front part of plane had also Yak-15,17,23, Saab J-29 Tunnan, Blohm und Voss P.211, and more. And if You accept 2 air intakes on sides, so Bell P-59 had olso engines under belly.

gaucho, e-mail, 24.03.2009 13:14

A simple question żIsn´t very similar to Messerchmitt 1101?, żmay be a robbery of ideas...and designs of the victorius russian armies? or is only a crazy thougt???

ramon, e-mail, 25.04.2007 13:57

tis is a verry good plane en dis is a verry beutyfull plane his take off is beutyfull to

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