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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, November 2000 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
FLYING AGAINST FIRE - Veteran aircraft have been waging war on forest fires in the Western USA this summer ? Michael O'Leary reports
PERSONAL ALBUM - Inter-war American military types
GREAT RAIDS No 2 - Glenn Sands re-examines the USAAF's Schweinfurt Raid of August 17, 1943
HISTORIC COLOUR - Rare pre-war colour photographs of Junkers-Ju 52s from the private archive of Philip Jarrett
WHAT DID HAPPEN TO THE M.2? - Paul Sinnott investigates the loss of an aircraft-carrier submarine in 1932
LOOKING BACK - Glenn Sands browses through The Aeroplane of November 1940, 60 years ago
ONE OF THE FEW - Surviving Battle of Britain pilot Cdr Ronnie Hay is profiled by John Golley and Glenn Sands
THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN'S UNARMED PILOTS - PC. Kippax examines the role of the Air Transport Auxiliary during the Battle
THE DIAMONDS DEPART - Tony Harms worth joins the Tiger Moth Diamond Nine for one of their farewell displays
NEWS - All the latest preservation news, presented by Tony Harmsworth
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
FLYING VISIT - Peter Twiss is the first subject in Melvyn Hiscock's new series of potted interviews

- Book reviews
- Internet review
- Video reviews
- Information Exchange
- Reader offers
- Arrivals - product reviews
- Airshows & events
- Exhibitions
- Next month in Aeroplane
- Aeroplane services

CROSSWIND - John Maynard's comment column

Database - De Havilland Mosquito 60th Anniversary:
- TYPE HISTORY - Tony Buttler sheds new light on I the Mosquito's early history
- COMBAT REPORT - Three Heinkel He Ills shot down in six minutes by a Mosquito of 151 Sqn
- PLYWOOD PERFECTION - Alec Lumsden looks under the skin at the Mosquito's unorthodox construction
- THE MOSQUITO'S MERLINS - A mark-by-mark rundown of the aircraft's powerplant development, by Alec Lumsden
- REMEMBERING RR299 - lan Thirsk looks back at the last flying Mosquito . . .
- MOSQUITO - TO FLY OR FADE AWAY?. . . and forward to the prospect of another
- HIGH SOCIETY - The Mosquito Aircrew Association is this month's subject
- MOSQUITO DAY - Win the chance to spend the Mosquito's 60th anniversary with Aeroplane at the Mosquito Aircraft Museum
- SPITFIRE SUMMER - Win tickets to the Imperial War Museum's Battle of Britain exhibition in London
- WIN A TRULY RARE BOOK - A one-off chance to win a leather-bound edition - one of only three in the world - of Arthur Ord-Hume's superb new book British Light Aeroplanes: Their Evolution, Development and Perfection 1920-1940
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