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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, January 1990 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
Confederate Air Force update - Edwin A. Shackleton reports from Harlingen
What did happen to the Duke of Kent? - Part 1 - World War Two inflicted painful losses on many families - and the Royal Family was no exception. Roy Nesbit opens a detailed two -part investigation into the fate of HRH The Duke of Kent, who lost his life in an RAF Sunder/and flying-boat in 1942
Tucson news - Philip D. Chinnery's update on the latest happenings in the Tucson, Arizona area
The bellicose Brewster - Part 3 - F.Gemeinhardt, J. Lucabaugh and R. Martin conclude their three-part history of the Brewster SB2A Buccaneer/Bermuda, one of the least successful production combat aircraft of World War Two
Christmas competitions - A chance to win a copy of the latest Jane's All the World's Aircraft
The origins of aerial bombardment - Part 2 - Continuing his series on the early history of aerial bombing up to the outbreak of World War One, Harry Woodman recounts Italy's use of aeroplanes and airships in the Italo-Turkish war of 1911-12
Provost pairAdr/an M. Balch introduces a newly-established display duo
Austers ahoy! - Former Auster Aircraft test pilot L. A. Leetham recalls another floatplane experiment - and some varied land-based ventures
Personal album - military - More of A. F. Porter's colour pictures of RAF aircraft in service in Borneo during 1963-66
The eyes have it - Peter Skinner describes the photographic reconnaissance activities of No 2 Squadron RAF's Sepecat Jaguars
Preservation profile - Mark Newman's beautifully restored BA Swallow G-AEVZ is this month's subject
Wings of peace - John Stroud concludes his history of the Short Empire Flying-boat
Camera competition winners - The four winning entries in our recent photographic competition
"It would have happened" A piece of Christmas cake from John Maynard

GORDON BAIN'S stunning front cover photograph features Mark Newman's 1937 BA Swallow G-AEVZ, photographed over the Solent on October 29, 1988 with previous owner Terry Warren at the controls. It is the subject of this month's Preservation profile on pages 48-49. MICHAEL O'LEARY'S centre-spread photograph features American Harry Tope's recently restored P-51D Mustang 45-11586 N51HA. The Michigan-based P-51D is a relatively new attraction on the American airshow circuit.
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