The curious case of Mr Marendaz

The Marendaz light aeroplanes of the 1930s were the product of a man who served as a Royal Flying Corps pilot and built some excellent sporting cars — but who courted much controversy, not least due to his political views

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A front view of the Marendaz Trainer, showing its unorthodox undercarriage. D. M. K. Marendaz is on the far right, smoking a pipe.
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That one of the first results in an internet search for his name is a site devoted to debunking ‘myths’ about Oswald Mosley tells you much about the alleged political views of Donald Marcus Kelway Marendaz.

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