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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, June 1984 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jarrett's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Cap Arcona: atrocity or accident? - In the spring of 1983 Stern magazine in Germany published six articles about the RAF attack on the German liner Cap Arcona on May 3. 1945, in which nearly 7,000 concentration camp prisoners were killed during the action Roy Nesbit, together with other ex-serving British airmen, disagreed with Stern's version of the attack, and he has researched and produced an accurate account of the incident
Probe Probare No 4: Fairey Hendon - Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan describe the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment's investigations into the Fairey Hendon night bomber, the first all-metal low wing cantilever monoplane to enter RAF service
Dragon Lady crash file - Part 2 - Lockheed U-2s have earned a reputation for being accident prone - a problem when you want to avoid publicity. Chris Pocock concludes his two-part account of the U-2's accident record
Armchair aviation
Where are they now?
Foxes in the Roaring Forties - Part 2 - John King continues his three-part article on de Havilland Fox Moth operations in New Zealand with an account of Capt Bert Mercer's part in the story
Win a gliding holiday - Your chance to win an introduction to the joys of silent flight
Wings of Peace No 9: de Havilland D.H.34 - John Stroud continues his series on European between the wars airliners with the de Havilland D. H. 34. twelve of which were built during 1922
A midsummer night's dream - Walk-round pictures of a Focke-Wulf Fw 190 that arrived unannounced on the RAF's doorstep on the evening of June 23. 1942
Preservation Profile - The life story of a Finnish. Lycoming-powered Tiger Moth
Test pilot profile No 10: Tom Brooke-Smith - Don Middleton traces the career of the man who was chief test pilot to Short Brothers from 1948 until 1960
Skywriters

Cover photograph - Ray Hanna's Pilatus P. 2, G-BJAX. This aircraft was retired from the Swiss Air Force in 1980, having flown first as A-108 and then U-108 since 1947. It is now painted to represent a Swiss Bf 109 flown by the 6th Fighter Squadron

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