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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, July 1984 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jar reft's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft collection and preservation world
Black Friday - Part 1 - On February 9, 1945. a force of 32 RAF Beaufighters set out to attack German ship- ping in the fjords of Norway. Nine aircraft failed to return. In this two-part article Roy Nesbit recounts the attack through the eyes of some of the aircrew involved
The Sopwith interview - Part 1 - Raymond Baxter recently interviewed Sir Thomas Sopwith CBE, resulting in a BBC television programme shown on May 1. This half hour programme was edited from several hours of taped conversation and the author recounts some of the highlights of his meeting in this two-part article
Probe Probare No 5: Hawker Hart - Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan describe the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment's trials of the Hawker Hart
MRAF Sir Arthur Harris - Michael Oakey looks back on the life of RAF Bomber Command's greatest and most controversial leader, who died on April 6 at the age of 91
Foxes of the Roaring Forties - Part 3 - De Havilland Fox Moths have had a long and happy association with the islands of New Zealand. John King now concludes his three-part article on their antipodean operations
Personal Album - A collection of between the wars photographs taken by the late C. W. C. Chapman while serving as an AC 1 at Lahore and Delhi
The Bear Hunters - No 8 Squadron RAF has earned the nickname The Bear Hunters because of its continued interception of Russian aircraft intruding into British airspace. Air Portraits recently flew with the squadron, the only unit still flying Avro Shackletons
Wings of Peace No 10: Savoia Marchetti S.73 - John Stroud describes this three-engined Italian airliner in the tenth of his series covering between the wars airliners
Not the Smith Barry? - Wg Cdr Michael Morris recalls some amusing World War Two anecdotes about Robert Smith Barry, the father of RAF flying training
Preservation Profile - Victor Gauntlett's Harvard IIB FE992 is this month's subject
The great Flea race - On August 3, 1936, the newly opened Ramsgate Airport was the venue for one of British aviation's oddest events. John Viner recalls the flying on that memorable Saturday
British pre-war ultra-lights: No 40 - Richard Riding revives this popular series with a description of the Avro 558 biplane designed and built for the 1923 Lympne lightplane trials
Win a flight competition - Your first step to winning a flight in the Harvard IIB featured in this month s Preservation Profile
Armchair Aviation
Stephen Piercey?Sky Trucker - An appreciation by Richard Riding of Flight's photographer, who died tragically in a flying accident on May 20

Cover photograph - The Shuttleworth Collection's newly painted Avro 504K pictured flying near its Old Warden base in the hands of Bill Bowker. The aircraft now carries its original serial number, H5199. having flown as E3404 since it was rebuilt to airworthy condition by Avro apprentices nearly 30 years ago. H5199 is the subject of next month s Preservation Profile.
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