prewar Horvath airplanes?

August T. Horvath (horvath@HULAW1.HARVARD.EDU)
Sun, 20 Aug 1995 16:03:12 -0400 (EDT)


Looking through the new "Fly Past, Fly Present" by Boyne et al., I found
a reference to an aircraft in Hungary's original airmuseum called a
"1911 Horvath 2 or 3." Apparently the machine was later destroyed.

I know this is a little prior to the great war, but I've seen that some
of you are acquainted with prewar aviation and with Austro-Hungarian
aviation. My question is, does anyone know anything about this Horvath
or his airplanes? Being as I have the same name (no relation, I'm sure
-- Hungary is full of Horvaths), I thought it might be cute to find out
about the airplanes and even scratch a model if I get enough info.

Thanks in advance.

August Horvath
Harvard Law School