Aerospace Engineer, Aircraft designer
1890 – 1939
Who was Anthony Fokker?
Anton Herman Gerard "Anthony" Fokker was a Dutch aviation pioneer and an aircraft manufacturer. He is most famous for the fighter aircraft he produced in Germany during the First World War such as the Eindecker monoplanes, the Dr.1 triplane and the D.VII biplane. After the collapse of Germany, Fokker moved his business to the Netherlands where his company was responsible for a variety of successful aircraft including the Fokker trimotor, a successful passenger aircraft of the inter-war years. He died in North America in 1939. Later authors suggest he was personally charismatic but controversial or unscrupulous in business.
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- Apr 6, 1890
Kediri, East Java
- Also known as
- Anton Herman Gerard Fokker
- United States of America
- Dec 23, 1939
on July 23, 2013