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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Our monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world

Probe Probare No 15: Gloster SS.18/19/Gauntlet - Alee Lumsden and Terry Heffernan continue with their series on aircraft that received special attention from the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment with the Gloster SS. 18/19, which was developed into the Gloster Gauntlet prototype

Who's for Hudsons? - Gp Capt H F. O'Neill DFC continues with his recollections of flying early wartime operations in Coastal Command Hudsons from RAF Leuchars

The first of the many - This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Hawker Hurricane and we have re-published Flight magazine's original description of the "new" fighter which appeared in the May 12, 1938 issue, some while after the Hurricane prototype's first flight in November 1935. We have substituted pictures of the prototype Hurricane J5083 to illustrate the article

Hurricanes at night - Wg Cdr Roland Beamont recalls 87 Squadron's night operations on Hurricanes from Exeter and the Scilly Isles during 1940-41

Skywriters - Our Grapevine feature entitled Whither Shuttleworth provoked some heated correspondence and we have set aside most of our letters pages to give the subject the space it deserves

Eyes in the sky?Part 3 - This month Sqn Ldr Paul Lamboit examines the high-altitude reconnaissance work of the RAF's Heston Flight and its successors in the early months of World War Two, under the leadership of Wg Cdr F. Sidney Cotton

De Bruyere's mystery ship - J. M. Bruce throws some light on one of World War One s most obscure and futuristic aircraft

Armchair Aviation - Preservation Profile - This month's subject is RAF Cos ford's Messerschmit Me 410A/1-U2

Wings of Peace - This month John Stroud describes everyone's favourite, the Handley Page H.P42, the grand old lady of British air transport between the wars

Flugkapitan Hanna Reitsch?Part 3 - Brian Johnson continues his biography of this German aviatrix. This month the little lady returns to testing gliders?big ones?and tries her hand at cutting balloon cables with a specially modified Dormer Do 1 7

Where are they now?

Painted wings - Our annual preview of the Guild of Aviation Artists' annual London exhibition held at the Cansbrooke Gallery from July 10 until July 27

British pre-war ultra-light aircraft No 53: Avro 562 Avis - Richard Riding describes the Avro Avis built for the 1924 two-seater Lympne lightplane trials
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