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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, January 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

Farewell Harlingen - Edwin A. Shackleton reports from Texas, where the Confederate Air Force held the final large air display at their Harlingen HO before moving to new premises

On silver wings - Part 4 Owen Thetford recounts the Service history of the Gloster Grebe

Nothing ventured . . . No 10 - Philip Jarrett describes the experimental slip-wing Hawker Hurricane fighter, which first flew ? after long delays ? in May 1943

Ireland's first airshow - Madeleine O'Rourke looks back more than 80yr to the Aero Club of Ireland's inaugural flying meeting at Dublin

Christmas quiz - Four free subscriptions and a couple of superb Aeroplane Monthly calendars are the prizes for this year's competitions

The Battle within Obsolescent - By 1939 the Fairey Battle light bomber was not a wartime success ? but at the outset of it's Service career it showed great promise, as pre-war Battle wireless operator W. H. H. Smith relates

TA634 on target - de Havilland Mosquito B.35 TA634 was rolled out of the Mosquito Aircraft Museum at Salisbury Ha/I on October 14 at the end of a 10yr restoration to static display condition, fan Thirsk recounts the history of TA 634, now painted to represent ML 963 of 571 Squadron

Reno razzle - Picture report from Frank Mormillo of this year's Reno Air Races

More Mosquitoes in miniature - An update on Peter Cooke's production line of breath-takingly accurate 1 /24th scale Mosquito models

Landscape, with de Havilland - John Maynard goes on a pilgrimage to D.H. country

Personal album ? civil A selection of mainly Swiss-registered British aircraft in the Sixties

Preservation profile - Ian Harwood recounts the life story of Arrow Active G-ABVE

Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on inter- war European airliners continues with the story of the Rohrbach flying boats

Rich mixture - More levity from Holly

Personal album - military's second selection of colour photographs of Blackburn Beverleys

No shots, please, we're British ? Part 5 - Roger Anthoine recounts the fate of another RAF Avro Lancaster which crashed in the Swiss Alps on its way to bomb Turin

Diversions - A new series of regular compe- titions in association with our sister magazine War in the Air
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