image is from the A J Jackson Collection at Brooklands
Museum, whilst that below is
from the Geoff
Goodall collection and shows the machine at Parafield. The
small print at the foot
of the page is from the State
Library of South Australia collection, and shows "Roy Gropler, Nor-
Aviator and flying hero
in his Klemm Swallow monoplane"*.
This aircraft was first regis-
tered in June
1936 to G.W.
Gropler of Norwood, S.A. I do not know the
the event, nine months later, on 13 March 1937 it crashed at Salisbury,
and was written off.
only British Klemm-built machines were named 'Swallow'. The
L.27 was a
machine, and only 8 were built.