Albert Octave Étévé

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Albert Octave Étévé was a French military officer and engineer involved in ballooning and then aviation.

He was part of a mission to Morocco in 1907. He also went to Algeria and at some point rescued some passengers from a capsized boat. After returning to France he received his balloon pilot's license and soon after his aviator's license.[1]

He created an instrument to measure speed which became known as the indicateur Étévé (or 'Indicateur de vitesse Étévé or Anémomètre Étévé, etc.).[1] [What is relationship to Patent FR-1912-447535?]

Publications

  • La victoire des cocardes, l’aviation française avant et pendant la Première Guerre mondiale (1970; link)


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "ETEVE Albert (X1900): Pionnier de l'aviation militaire", Bibliothèque Centrale, École Polytechnique.

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Names Albert Octave Étévé; Etevé; Etévé
Birth date 1880-05-24
Death date 1976-04-18
Countries FR
Locations Paris
Occupations military officer
Tech areas airplane, instrument
Affiliations Armée française
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