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Fonds National Alfred Renard

Association which aims to introduce as many a small part of the archives of plans and pictures of Alfred Renard Fund, which until now have remained confined in drawers.

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Price: 28.00 € Available

SABCA - From the origin to the F-104G (1920-1969)


Release of 15/08/2017
Fonds National Alfred Renard.

This book is the first of two volumes narrating a long history that reaches into the century in 2020.The SABCA is in fact one of only two aerospace companies in the world, the other being Boeing,... [read more]

Price: 20.00 € Available

RENARD. Multi-engine Aircraft


Release of 26/04/2013
Memory of the Belgian Air Force

Though small the Belgian aircraft industry and particularly Renard worked hard to bring its stone to the technical progress. This book describes the history of three multi engined aircraft... [read more]

Price: 35.00 € Available

Tipsy airplanes.


Release of 1/06/2011
History of the Belgian Tipsy airplanes

Ernest-Oscar Tips began working on airplanes in 1908 when, with his brother Maurice, they built a tricycle welded biplane fitted with reversible propellers. They also developed valveless rotary... [read more]

Price: 25.00 € Available

La Saga du RENARD 31.


Release of 30/11/2005
Memories of pilots and aircraft design.

Here's a rare book, published at the author's by the Belgian association, the National Fund Alfred Renard, who has worked since 1991 to publicize the records filed by engineer Alfred... [read more]

Price: 20.00 € Available

Les Avions RENARD - 1922-1970.


Release of 1/02/1996
Fond National Alfred Renard

Text in French and English. At the initiative of Friends of the Air Museum and Alfred Renard National Fund, two experts, Andre Hauet and Guy Roberty have traced in 368 pages the unusual saga of... [read more]