Dr. Adolf Rohrbach was an important German aviation pioneer who died in 1939. He was a specialist in the use of duralumin and built a series of large monoplane flying boats in an attempt to establish passenger travel across the Atlantic Ocean.
The chronicles of his dramatic life are stored here in addition to a long list of references; just click the main link or the additional ones:
Additional Monographs by Rohrbach:
A Brochure in French from ROHRBACH METALL-FLUGZEUGBAU,
ca. 1929; with thanks to Scott Malaznik:
About ROHRBACH’s first flying boat: