24.The Darmstadt Academic Flying Group's "Mohamed", a typical descendant of the soaring plane fitted with a light engine
25. The "Rapace" a french soarer designed by Abrial and built by Louis Peyret, who also turned out the machine on which Maneyrol achieved his successes
26. The "Duck" . The property of the Rhö-Rossitten Gesellschaft 27. A tailless rocket model taking off
28. The author's return from his first cloud flight (The Himmeldankberg flight in thr Rhön 1928 meeting) 29. A group of soaring flyers at the Rhön in 1928. Left to right: Wolf Hirt, Ferdinand Schulz, Max Kegel, Edgard Dittmar, Fritz Stamer, Robert Kronfeld
30. The "Rhöngeist" (spirit of the Rhön) being prepared for a flight when the temperature stood at 20 degrees (Celsius) 31. Kronfeld in the "Wien"
33. The light wind soarer in which Lieutenant Dinort accomplished his duration flight 34. Cumulus seen from above
35. The pilot's seat in the "Wien" 36. Pupils practising over level ground
44. Stalling: the most dangerous fault committed by beginners (note the hurried flight of thr staring crew, who realize that the machine is likely to crash) 45. The fusolage of the Munich Academic Flying Group's "Kakudu"