People/Characters: Louis Bleriot

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BLERIOT XI: The Story of a Classic Aircraft by Tom D. Crouch
A Century of Triumph: The History of Aviation by Christopher Chant
From Bleriot to Spitfire by David Ogilvy
The Glorious Flight: Across the Channel with Louis Bleriot by Alice Provensen
Gossamer Odyssey: The Triumph of Human-Powered Flight by Morton Grosser
Great Airmen (Illustrated by John Young) by Norman Macmillan
Lindbergh Alone by Brendan Gill
The saga of flight by Neville Duke
They Flew to Fame by Robert Sidney Bowen
To Conquer the Air: The Wright Brothers and the Great Race for Flight by James Tobin
Wings over the channel (Highgate collection) by Margaret Beames

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Louis Blériot (1872–1936) was a French aviation pioneer and inventor who in 1909 became the first person to fly an aircraft across the English Channel.
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