W.Green, G.Swanborough The Complete Book of Fighters
HERETER T.H.(ALFARO 8) Spain
Designed for the Concurss de Aviones of 1919, which had been conceived to encourage the growth of an independent aircraft industry by means of competitive design of combat aircraft for the Aviacion Militar, the Hereter T.H. (also known as the Alfaro 8) was designed by Heraclio Alfaro and built by the Talleres Hereter of Barcelona. A single-seat single-bay equi-span biplane powered by a 180 hp Hispano-Suiza 8Ab engine, the T.H. fighter had still to commence flight testing in March 1919, when the contest took place. It was flown for the first time in the following month by Domingo Rosillo, but broke its undercarriage during landing. No further development was undertaken and no data are available.