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Society for the Promotion of Aeronautics (Germany)
Founded on August 31, 1881, the Deutsche Verein zur Förderung der Luftschifffahrt, (Society for the Promotion of Aeronautics), was the first German aviation association.
The motivation for the association arose from the experience of the massive French military balloon units during the Siege of Paris in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870/1871. The association's objects were to promote airship flight by all means, as well as to work on solving the problem of building steerable airships, and especially to support a permanent research station.
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