Gottlieb Espenlaub achieved an international reputation in the 1920s building and flying gliders. Company formed at Diisseldorf early in the 1930s to build light aeroplanes as well as gliders. Types included a tailless monoplane, a two-seat high-wing monoplane and a five-seat high-wing cabin monoplane with engine of about 125 hp. During Second World War a Riga subsidiary did stress calculations for Bf 109G wooden tailplane.

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