Talk:Le baron de l'écluse

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Lot of picture pinned on the wall and flying models are visible but hard to identify. Three portraits too : one of the Baron (on the left) when he was a fighter pilot during the Great War (World War One) "and was doing incredible things with its Spad 33" (funny sentence : the Spad 33 never existed; and the Blériot-SPAD S.33 made its maiden flight only in 1920 as a limousine -small French airliner for five passengers-). The drawing in the middle is the famous Jean Mermoz.

BaEcluse pilots.jpg

LVCDC (talk) 06:00, 19 September 2016 (MDT)

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