Question of the Week: Were the Wrights Right?

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Jane's All The World's Aircraft has come out in favor of the notion that Gustav Whitehead first fulfilled the definition of powered, controlled flight a couple of years before the Wright Brothers. Were the Wrights better aviators, or did they just have a better photographer?

Did the Wright Brothers really make the first powered, controlled flight?
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