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The Question of the Biplane Versus the Monoplane.

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THE recent order of the War Office suspending the use of monoplane flying machines for military purposes has led to the renewal, in the daily Press, of a discussion of the old riddle, “Which is the better, the monoplane or the biplane?” When Bleriot crossed the Channel, the daily papers rang with the praises of the mono-plane; now everyone favours the biplane, and there is a danger lest the monoplane may be con-demned for faults not necessarily attributable to the mere fact that it is a monoplane.

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B., G. The Question of the Biplane Versus the Monoplane. . Nature 90, 106–107 (1912). https://doi.org/10.1038/090106a0

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