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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, June 1996 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
VINTAGE NEWS - The latest aircraft preservation news, from Michael Oakey
HITLER'S FORGOTTEN VENGEANCE - John Armstrong visits the Normandy launch sites for Germany's second V1 flying-bomb campaign, unused and abandoned to the advancing Allies at the end of World War Two
CAMERAS IN THE SKY - In Part Two of his recollections of the great aviation photographers, Maurice Rowe recalls the advent of jets and focuses on Russell Adams, Bill Bates and Tom Hamill
MORE SPEEDBIRD STRATS - Tony Spooner DSO DFC takes another nostalgic look back at the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, which he piloted with BOAC in the Forties and Fifties, and the unrivalled luxury it offered passengers
TOP OF THE CLASS - To mark the final retirement of the de Havilland Canada Chipmunk trainer from the RAF after 46 years' service, Rod Brown looks at the type's early days in the UK and its official tests against the now obscure Fairey Primer
TESTED AND FAILED - Derek Collier Webb examines the accidents which afflicted the Fairey Barracuda during flight test and development
THE ACES - Ken Aitken caricatures Georges Guynemer
PASSAGE TO INDIA - Former RAF airframe fitter E.R. Nevill concludes his account of flying two Handley Page Halifaxes on intensive tropical trials in India in 1943
PRESERVATION PROFILE - Richard Paver gives the This is your life treatment to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's Spitfire PR.XIX PS915
THE INTREPID BOER - The late Bill Mosenthal concludes his account of the outstanding career of Lt-Col P.S. Joubert DSO AFC, describing Joubie's part in Operation Market Garden and his tragic accidental death
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - More reviews of books and videos
QUESTIONS IN THE AIR - More questions and answers from readers, on a wide variety of topics
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's regular comment column
COMPETITION - This month's Diversions competition features the chance to win a flight in a Mustang, courtesy of the Old Flying Machine Company, whose Classic )et and Fighter Display takes place at Duxford on June 2
MILITARY PERSONAL ALBUM - A selection of pre-war photographs of RAF and FAA aircraft
NOCTURNAL NAVIGATOR - Ted Hooton continues his recollections of his post-war RAF career with an account of his conversion from Mosquitoes to Vampires
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