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Bloch builds engine factory which later becomes company headquarters.
The occupation period.
Deported to Buchenwald.
Liberated by the Americans.
Dassault’s plant in Mérignac is today the center of Falcon production.
MD 315 Flamant liaison/training aircraft.
Breguet double-decker troop/cargo transport.
France into the jet age with the Ouragan.
Mystère II, the first French aircraft to go supersonic.
Dassault’s last piston airplane.
421 Mystère IVs were built, 40% for export.
Super-Mystère B2 day interceptor.
The Méditerranée, Dassault’s first Business jet Design
MD 550 Mystère Delta becomes the first Mirage.
The Genesis of the Mirage III
Breguet Alizé is a single-engine derivative of the Vultur.
Breguet 1001 sets a closed-course record of 668 mph for 1000 km.
Etendard IVM production begins
First flight of the Mirage IV
New navigation and weapons systems
Mirage IIIC enters production