The Schneider Cup 1926

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Full title reads: "The Schneider Cup. Major de Bernardi captures coveted trophy for Italy with marvellous speed of 246 1/2 miles an hour".

Seaplane speed races, Norfolk, Virginia, United States of America (USA).

L/S of the Major standing in the cockpit of his seaplane as it bobs up...



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01:30:51:00 / 01:31:18:00
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