Flight, December 25, 1919.
The Paris Aero Show 1919
Louis Clement. - At the time of writing the only thing on this stand at all resembling an aeroplane is a little triplane with a two-wheeled undercarriage and a third wheel in the nose of the fuselage.
Louis Clement is also showing an extraordinary monoplane, whose wings are of the cantilever type. There is a break in the wings, the roots having a large dihedral and then straightening out. A horizontal cross-tube to the body forms, the bracing. The Vees of the undercarriage can be swung outwards, and the wheels then disappear into the wings. The machine looks a freak, pure and Simple.