From a special edition of Le Matin 29 April 1910
The first great international aeroplane race is over. The honour of having made it possible for this race to take place bekongs to England. The honour of having wom it belongs to France. The race exemplifies the entente cordiale in the realm of progress. ... The route followed by Paulhan, the Frenchman, on his biplane is a continuation of the route taken by Bleriot, the Frenchman, on his monoplane. These two flights compete each other on the map and in history.

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