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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Sopwith centenary - J. M. Hamsden reports on the great man's 100th birthday party
Salute to the Sunderland - Part 4 - In Part Four of his 50th anniversary tribute to Short Brothers' greatest flying-boat, former Sunderland captain Ken Robinson describes some of its activities as an angel of mercy
Personal album - military - A collection of i Fifties FAA photographs
Zipper - Jim Larsen describes the Hammer-Hunt HH-1 Zipper, an ill-fated American homebuilt designed in the Seventies
Birth of a Bebe - Peter Underbill, the founder and chairman of the Jodel Club, takes a 40th anniversary look at the genesis of the distinctive bent-winged Jodel series
Skywriters
Tante Ju in South Africa - Dave Becker describes a recent Ju 52 restoration in Johannesburg
Images of war - Part 5 - Paul Lamboit describes photo-reconnaissance operations before the Allied landings in Normandy
Personal album ? civil - A selection of photographs taken on RAF stations out east during the Twenties
Champlin Fighter Museum - Part 2 - Howard Levy concludes his two-part report from Arizona, USA, the home of one of the world's most formidable collections of vintage fighters
Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on between-the-wars airliners continues with the Airspeed Envoy and Courier
Flea circus - John H. Battison recalls the activities of his local flying club in the Thirties
New-fangled inventions - Air Vice-Marshal Tony Dudgeon recalls an unsettling flight in an Avro Anson just after the war
Preservation profile - An Australian-registered Stinson SR-8
Avro apprentice - Part 2 David Thirlby concludes his two-part account of his apprenticeship with A. V. Roe & Co Ltd
For business and pleasure - Mike Jerram continues his series on British post-war private and club aircraft with the Auster B4 ambulance/freighter and the Auster B8 Agricola

Our front cover photograph, depicting the South African-registered CASA 352L ZS-AFA was taken by HERMAN POTGIETER. A feature on South African Ju 52s starts on page 152. FRANK B. MORMILLO'S photograph of the Pond's Planes of Fame Museum's Yak-11 is the subject of this month's centre-spread. The Yak is painted in markings similar to those of the La-7 fighter flown by Russian ace Ivan Kozhedeb during World War Two
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