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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, October 1991 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in tpe aircraft preservation world
Santa Monica auction - Michael O'Leary previews the Museum of Flying's second annual sale
On silver wings - Part 13 - Alec Lumsden recounts the development history of the Hawker Demon of 1930
The speed seekers - No 7 - Kenneth Aitken continues his series of caricatures of British and Empire record-breaking pilots with Tommy Rose
Nothing ventured - No 18 - Phillip Jarrett tells the tale of the extraordinary Rotabuggy, an unpoweredJeep with rotors!
Personal album - civil - Photographs from the pre-war albums of the late E. J. Riding
A feast of flying - Part 2 - Air Commodore C. B. Brown continues with his recollections of flying with the wartime A&AEE with particular reference to weapons-testing, from 0.5in machine-guns to Grand Slam bombs
Personal album - military - Photographs of pre- war RAF aircraft
Hunt for a Beaufort - Roy Nesbit reports from Norway on the search for the wartime remains of a Bristol Beaufort
Waco reunion '91 - Howard Levy reports from the National Waco Club's Annual Reunion at Wynkoop Airport, Ohio, USA, on June 27-30
And there's more where these came from - Photographs of dozens and dozens of Meteors, A-l 7As, Piper Cubs and others
Spitfire notebook - Part 12 - This month: variants of the Spitfire Mk VIII
Preservation profile - David Tallichet'sAudley End-based Spitfire LF XVIE RW382 gets the This is your life treatment
Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners continues with some examples of single-enginedtransport landplanes of the USSR
Confessions of an airline pilot - Part 6 - Roy Day concludes his account of his early post-war airline flying
The Sopwith Bat Boats - Part 3 - J. M. Bruce concludes his history of Thomas Sop-with's pioneering flying-boats with an account of their trials with the RFC's Naval Wing ? and of the delivery of one example to the German Navy
Diversions - A hot-air balloon trip for two is up for grabs in one of this month's competitions

JOHN RIGBY'S dramatic cover photograph features Eddie Coventry's Yakovlev Yak-11 G-OYAK, which is currently being operated by the Duxford-based Old Flying Machine Company (OFMC). It is being flown in this shot by the OFMC's Mark Hanna.
This month's centre-spread, by MICHAEL O'LEARY, features two North American B-25 Mitchells. In the foreground is Wiley Sanders in his TB-25N 44-867851N5262V Georgia Mae; on his wing is TB-25J 44-86797/N3438G Old Gray Mare.
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