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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, March 2000 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NEWS - All ihe latest preservation news from the UK and around the world, presented by Michael Oakey and Tony Harmsworth - plus Mike Hooks's Preservation Review of 1999

ARMCHAIR AVIATION - Reviews of a selection of the latest books

QUESTIONS IN THE AIR - More questions and answers from readers on a wide variety of topics, compiled by Mike Hooks
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
CROSSWIND - Sideways comment on the aviation world, from John Maynard
AEROPLANE SERVICES - Offers for Aeroplane subscriptions, binders and other goodies

NOSEY LODESTAR - How a war-surplus Lockheed Lodestar was transformed into a sleek tricycle-undercarriaged executive transport ? the Howard 250 Tri-gear. Report and pictures by Frank B. Mormillo

HISTORIC COLOUR: FAIREY BATTLE - Another precious piece of pre-war colour photography from Philip Jarrett's archives

HUSH-HUSH HANGAR 7:1 WAS THERE - Our June 1999 feature on Australian trials of captured Japanese aircraft prompted a response and more pictures from a reader who worked for the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit

SHOW DATES 2000 - Time to get your diary out: we preview our UK airshows and events calendar for the coming season

A MILLION MILES FLOWN - John Stroud's globetrotting lour through his personal photographic collection reaches the Indian sub-continent and the early Sixties

A BRIT AMONG THE YANKS: NEW FRIENDS, NEW AEROPLANES - Former Battle of Britain lighter pilol Wing Commander Tom Neil recalls some memorable experiences Irom later in the war, during his secondment to the USAAF

BRAZILIAN BEAUTY - Air-to-air pictures and history ol an exceptional Republic P-47 Thunderbolt restoration, by Michael O'Leary

SPITFIRE UPDATE ? No 1 - The race is on to put loiinei Doug Arnold Spitfire XI PL983 back in the air for the Battle ol Britain 60th anniversary this summer ? and Richard Paver is following progress step-by-step

SPECIAL DELIVERY - Stuart McKay opens up the vivid illustrated diary kept by Mrs Lois Butler during her 1930 flight from Heston to Cape Town with husband Alan, chief of the de Havilland Aircraft Company, in Glosler Survey biplane G-AADO

FROM FIRST RATE TO SECOND FIDDLE? - Is the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in central Washington DC taking second place to its new multi-million-dollar Dulles complex? Melvyn Hiscock investigates

MILITARY PERSONAL ALBUM - Outstanding First World War photographs from Berlin reader Dr Joachim Olden

TILT-WING TESTING - Patrick Boniface charts the vertical rise and eventual demise of the highly unorthodox Canadair CL-84 convertiplane
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