The Grüne Post was a secondary trainer glider designed by Alexander Lippisch at the request of a German newspaper, the Grüne Post (English: Green Post), who distributed plans. Many were built by amateur groups.

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  • The Grüne Post was a secondary trainer glider designed by Alexander Lippisch at the request of a German newspaper, the Grüne Post (English: Green Post), who distributed plans. Many were built by amateur groups. (en)
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  • The Grüne Post was a secondary trainer glider designed by Alexander Lippisch at the request of a German newspaper, the Grüne Post (English: Green Post), who distributed plans. Many were built by amateur groups. (en)
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  • Grüne Post (en)
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