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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, February 1991 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
On silver wings - Part 5 - Alec Lumsden and Owen Thetford continue their series on ten RAF biplane fighters with the development of the Armstrong Whitworth Siskin
Personal album - military - A selection of First World War photographs taken by an aircraft accident inspector
Halcyon days at Brooklands - Part 1 - Tony Spooner DSO DFC begins a two-part recollection of a memorable period he spent learning to fly at Brooklands in the late Thirties
Spitfire notebook - Part 8 - The Spitfire Mk V and some of its high-altitude exploits over the Western Desert Skywriters - Mr Herrick's convertiplanes During the 1930s, in a quest for a stall-and spin-proof aircraft. Gerard Herrick conceived a machine which could convert from fixed-wing to partial rotary-wing operation while airborne
The anatomy of the Lancaster - A technical description ofAvro's remarkable heavy bomber, illustrated with detail drawings and a cutaway by Max Millar
Chadwick - my father - Margaret Dove, the daughter of Avro chief technical director Roy Chadwick, recounts the life of the man who created the Lancaster
Take a card - No 10 - Alec Lumsden looks at the A TA handling notes of the A vro Lancaster
Nothing ventured . . . No 11 - Philip Jarrett describes the short S.31 "Mini-Stirling " of 1938
Armchair aviation - Reviews of some Lancaster books
Preservation profile - Fan Harwood outlines the eventful life of the Percival Mew Gull G-AEXF, recently restored to its Cape record configuration
Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners continues with the A vro monoplanes
Personal album - civil - A collection of photographs taken at pre-war Doncaster airport by Charles Jackson
China collection - Ma Jianming reports from China's premier aviation museum, the People's Liberation Army Air Force Museum at Changping, near Beijing
Rich mixture - More levity from Holly
Diversions - The second in our new series of competitions staged in collaboration with our sister magazine War in the Air - aviator's watches, limited-edition prints and free subscriptions are up for grabs this month

FRONT COVER and CENTRE-SPREAD: RICHARD WINSLADE'S superb photographs of Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Avro Lancaster PA474 provide a fitting tribute to the RAF's greatest heavy bomber on the 50th anniversary of the type's first flight in January 1941. Sporting the 103 Sqn codes PM-M2, PA474 was photographed en route to Con ings by from Cranfield on September 24, 1989.
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