Ferdinand Ferber

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Ferdinand Ferber (February 8, 1862 - September 22, 1909) was a French Army officer who played an important role in the development of aviation during the early 1900s. Although his attempts to build aircraft were generally unsuccessful, his early recognition and publicizing of the work of the Wright Brothers was a major influence on the development of aviation in Europe.

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Age: 47 (age at death)
Born: 8 February, 1862, Place of Birth
Died: 22 September, 1909, Place of Death
Height: Height unknown
Nationality: French
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