The glider 'Barbara Cartland', in which the novelist Barbara Cartland (1901 - 2000) accomplished the first long distance flight towed behind an aeroplane. The flight was made from Hanworth to Reading, to test the commercial viability of the long distance tow. Original Publication: People Disc - HS0060 (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images)
01 Jan 1925
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