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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Eastern Prelude - In our Hidden History feature this month Vladimir Kotelnikov reveals the little-known air war between Japan and the Soviet Union which took place over Manchuria in 1939
People Power - Philippe Couderchon and Russ Snadden describe the Memorial Flight Association's superb restoration of the Musee de I'Air's rare WW2 Heinkel He 162 jet-engined "people's fighter"
Airliner Archive - We present an evocative 1930s image, from the Savoia-Marchetti photographic archive, of the company's | twin-engined transport, the S.M.83
Fierce Wind over the Deck - The Hawker Hurricane proved itself a tough opponent during the Battle of Britain - but would it work as well at sea? Philip Jarrett relates the type's transition from landlubber to seadog
Shuttleworth: Warden of the Old Timers - Tim Skeet opens a two-part feature in which he reports from Old Warden on the 21st Century challenges facing the remarkable Shuttleworth Collection
One Way Ticket to Berlin - In August 1941 Avro Manchester Mk I L7377 was caught in flak over Berlin. Andreas Metzmacher describes how a dedicated pair of German researchers pieced together its final hours

Regulars:
News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Aircrew - 31 Picture of the Month This month's candidate is the much-requested Fairey Swordfish
From the Archives - Nick Stroud revisits the aviation news and issues of 90 years ago - April 1920
Readers' Archive - A superb colourful array of photographs from the album of I.F. Toon, taken in the late 1950s and early '60s
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on a wide range of topics
Flying Visit - Melvyn Hiscock interviews Guy Westgate, team leader of the Swift Acrobatic Display Team
Hairy Moment - Our regular spot for your historic-aviation close calls

Database - D.H.106 Comet:
BARRY JONES describes the rise and fall - and rise again - ofde Havilland's innovative and graceful Comet, the world's first jet airliner:
- Birth of a rising star
- Scale drawings of the Comets 1,2, and 4B, by Juanita Franzi
- A crack in confidence - triumph turns to tragedy for the Comet 1
- Avon calling - a new powerplant for a new Comet era
- The Comet in technical detail
- Comet 4 cutaway drawing by J.H. Clark
- The last of the line - the most elegant Comet of them all, the 4 series

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- Airshows & Events, Lost & Found
- Classified
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