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Tianjin

Chang could not sell the Fenix instruments due to licensing issues with Fender, and production stopped. In 1998, Young Chang built a new $40 million dollar factory in Tianjin, China (People's Republic of China) to manufacture its new Bergmann line. The ''Pramberger Platinum'' series , introduced in 2001 was modelled after Hamburg Steinway's discontinued ''Model C'' piano, and incorporated top quality German materials, and many of Prambergers revolutionary design

innovations. This new series, manufactured in Incheon, brought Young Chang into the league of world class piano manufacturers. ), also called the '''Peiho Forts''' (Chinese:白河碉堡; pinyin: ''Báihé Diāobǎo'') are forts located by the Hai River (Peiho River) estuary, in Tanggu District, Tianjin municipality, in northeastern


Poland

construction of the SL1. The SL2 was also the most significant airship to date in that it laid down two vital design innovations that were copied in almost all subsequent rigid airships. The first was the cruciform tail plane, with a single pair of rudders and elevators. The second was the location of the engines in separate streamlined gondolas or cars. A third innovation, for war service, was the mounting of heavy machine guns for defense against attacking aircraft in each of the engine cars. SL2


France

significant airship to date in that it laid down two vital design innovations that were copied in almost all subsequent rigid airships. The first was the cruciform tail plane, with a single pair of rudders and elevators. The second was the location of the engines in separate streamlined gondolas or cars. A third innovation, for war service, was the mounting of heavy machine guns for defense against attacking aircraft in each of the engine cars. SL2 was built between January and May 1914


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