By Jan A. van der Bliek
One other booklet entitled '75 Years of Aerospace learn within the Netherlands', written in English, unfolds the historical past of the NLR and it is predecessors.It was once released in 1994 and is out of print for a very long time now, yet made to be had back in electronic shape on the web site of the NLR historic Museum.
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Wolff recalled that Fokker appreciated very much the technb cal knowledge and flying skills of Giase and they had cooperated Several times in flight demonstrations. Giasb and Roosenschoon 1wlio was the first lecturer in Aeronautical Engineering in Deiftl. Vlla, working under Platr. Fakker's chief design engineer. During the 1920'sand the 1930's RSL personnel participated as pilots and observers in m a n y hundreds - perhaps thousands - of flight tests for KLM, the Army. the Navy and the Dutch aircraft manufacturers Fokker, Van Berkel, Koolhoven, Pander, De Schelde, Spijker and several foreign aircraft manufacturers who wanted to demonstrate their aircraft.
Koiter served as his Secretary. Early in 1946 Dr. Tromp invited a f e w hundred representatives of government, industry, university, etc. for what would n o w be called a 'hearing'. This helped to convince him that there were interesting opportunities for an aircraft industry with a full design and development capability. On 14 May 1946 the Government agreed in principle to support the reconstruction of such an industry. A condition of the Government was that closer cooperation should be established between Fokker and some smaller aircraft companies in The Netherlands.
Boel (who later moved to the laboratory and became Deputy Director during the period 1967-19711 for technical matters and Mrs. M. Janson-van Wijk itill that time Head of the Administration at the laboratory in Amsterdam) for administrative matters. With the approval of the B D M Report NLL was given a n e w lease on life. The cost of carrying out the modified expansion plans was estimated at DGL. 1 million. The completion date given in the repon of early 1950, was optimistically estimated as sometime in 1953.
75 Years of Aerospace Research in the Netherlands. 1919 - 1994 by Jan A. van der Bliek