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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

Grapevine - Our monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world

Probe Probare No 13: D.H. 95 Flamingo - Alee Lumsden and Terry Heffernan continue their series on aircraft which received special attention from the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment with the D.H. 95 Flamingo airliner

Flugkapitan Hanna Reitsch - Diminutive German aviatrix Hanna Reitsch became one of Germany's most remarkable pilots. Her natural flying ability, enthusiasm and apparent fearlessness made her one of the country's most respected test pilots. BBC TV writer and producer Brian Johnson opens this five-part biography with Hannas introduction to silent flight

Skywriters - Fifty not out! Michael Oakey reports from Eindhoven, Holland, on plans to celebrate the Dakota's Golden Jubilee

An Active partner - Alex Henshaw recalls a short-lived fiery love affair with Arrow Active Mk I G-ABIX, which he acquired in the winter of 1934

Eyes in the sky?Part 1 - In this first part of a new series on the techniques and equipment developed for photographic reconnaissance, Sqn Ldr Paul

Personal Album - World War Two photographs taken in the Western Desert theatre

When flying was still an adventure?Part 3 - Fifty years ago Neil Ewart learned to fly with the Yapton Aero Club at Ford, and then moved to Brooklands for further instruction before taking up his first flying job at Dyce in Scotland. The third and final part of his article recalls his return to the south and a job at Gatwick

Armchair Aviation

Where are they now?

Wings of Peace - The Heinkel He 70 and He 111 are the subject of John Stroud's regular series on inter-war European airliners this month

Capon's Corner - So far, in 1983, we have followed P. T. Capon's aviation career through de Havilland, A. V. Roe, Supermahne and Cierva. Now, in 1932, we arrive at Kingston and Brooklands, the home of Hawker's series of beautiful biplanes

British pre-war ultra-light aircraft No 51 - Richard Riding describes the ANEC II two-seater monoplane, built for the 1924 two-seater Lympne lightplane trials and surviving to this day in store at Old Warden

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