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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, November 1990 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
On silver wings - Alec Lumsden and Owen Thetford continue their new series on ten RAF biplane fighters with the Service history of the Sop with Snipe
Capricious Caproni - Part 1 - Bengt Micran-der begins a two-part account of the much-viI if led Caproni Ca 313 bomber/reconnaissance aircraft in Swedish Air Force service during World War Two
Nothing ventured - No 8 - Phillip Jarrett describes the Boulton Paul P.92 cannon turret fighter, which appeared? in scaled-down form only ? in 1941
Richthofen's last flight - To mark the publication of his new book on legendary World War One German ace Manfred von Richthofen, David Baker presents a vivid reconstruction of the fateful e vents of April 21, 1918
Personal album - military - Photographs of between -the-wars RAF biplanes
The flying squad - Part 2 - Bryn Elliott continues his three-part series on the London Metropolitan Police's use of aircraft during the last 70 years. In Part Two he investigates the advent of the helicopter after World War Two
Personal album - civil - A selection of photographs depicting propliners taken in Israel in 1945-48
St Eva I remembers - Roy Nesbit recalls a poignant return to his former station at St Eva/ for the dedication of a memorial to its wartime aircrew
Take a card - No 8 - Part Eight of the series by Alec Lumsden features an aircraft with which most A TA pilots were very familiar ? "Faithful Annie", The Avro Anson transport
Preservation profile - Ian Harwood recounts the life story of the Percival Gull Six G-ADPR, in which the late Jean Batten made several record-breaking flights in the Thirties
Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on inter-war European airliners continues with the Bristol biplanes and triplanes
"I'll never touch another drop" - Dramatic shots of the Antonov An-225 frightening the natives over a Farnborough public house
Rich mixture - More levity from Holly
Flying for fun - part 6 - Wg Cdr Jack Meadows DFC AFC AE concludes his six-part series on his earliest flying years, from his first "five-bob flip"as a schoolboy in the Twenties to his time as an RAF flying instructor in the early part of World War Two

Owing to pressure of space. No shots please, we're British and Part 7 of Spitfire notebook have been held over until the December issue, on sale November 21

FRONT COVER: "He's behind you!" Richard Winslade's photograph of Fighter Collection Hawker Hurricane G-HURI and Old Flying Machine Company Hispano Buchon G-BOML up from their Duxford base on September 16, in the hands of Nicholas Grey and Mark Hanna respectively.
HERMAN POTGEITER'S earsplitting CENTRE-SPREAD photograph depicts a formation of 50 South African Air Force Harvards put up from the Central Flying; School, Dunnot-tar, Transvaal to celebrate the SAAF's 50-year association with the type in April this year. We hope to bring you more pictures of this record-setting formation soon.
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