How it all started in the Netherlands?
This booklet is the first targeted and successful action in the field of motorized aviation in the Netherlands are described. It highlights in words and pictures all aspects of this impressive historical fact. The village of North Brabant, Etten-Leur, the place of action. Count Charles de Lambert, a student of Wilbur Wright flew a Wright as the first device over the Netherlands.
This was facilitated and organized by a man who committed this, first and wanted to offer what is best at the moment was. Heerma SCJ van Voss, director of a sugar factory, this was also the first best.
As the eyewitnesses of the time almost all died, this book brings the events of the year 1909 back to life.