Stanley H. Evans

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  1. K_K

    K_K New Member

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    I am trying to find some information about Stanley H. Evans. At least from the last century twenties, he seemed to have been a fairly well known person in the world of aircraft design and aerodynamics - apparently on both sides of the Atlantic. And yet, all I was able to find out about him so far, are loose bits and pieces, mainly from his contributions to the Flight Magazine. In the twenties he was somehow associated with Handley Page. Apparently he spent most of WWII time in California, being a member of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences (IAS) and (possibly?) working at Douglas Aircraft Company. Then, throughout the year 1945, he took a position of Chief Designer at Folland, UK, to return back to California in 1946. Can anyone fill the blanks and shed some light on this man, his biography and achievements?

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