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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, September 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
Sopwith's last Triplane - Mike Vines reports from Old Warden on "late production" Sopwith Triplane c/n 153, recently completed for the Shuttleworth Collection by Northern Aeroplane Workshops
Luftwaffe air-sea rescue in the Battle of Britain - During the Battle of Britain, Germany's air-sea rescue seaplanes saved many ditched pilots, both RAF and Luftwaffe, from the English Channel. Former German ASR pilot Paul Metges presents a first-hand personal view of this little-publicised aspect of the Battle
Lost weekend - Part 2 - D. P. Sparkes con- cludes his recollections of the 7959 National Air Races at Baginton
Nothing ventured . . . No 6 - Philip Jarrett describes the first Miles Libellula, a tandem-wing pusher which took off around corners and whose first flight was marred by violent instability
Take a card - No 6 - Alec Lumsden continues his series on the handling of wartime aircraft 1 with a stalwart of the Battle of Britain, the Hawker Hurricane
Personal album - military Photographs of RAF - Bristol Brigands and Buckmasters taken by Richard Livermore
Stealth fighter - Michael O'Leary reports from Nevada on the USA's recently-unveiled Lockheed F-117
Flying for fun - Part 4 - Wg Car Jack Meadows DEC AFC AE recalls converting from Harvards to Masters with No 15 SFTS in the early summer of 1940, with war still seemingly faraway
Czech Fifties - Part 2 Pave I Kucera concludes his two-part history of Czechoslovakia's de Havilland D.H.50s, which played a vital part in the development of the country's air transport during the Twenties
No shots please, we're British - Part 2 - Roger Anthoine continues his series on the RAF aircraft which crashed or landed safely in neutral Switzerland during the Second World War with the story of the PR Mosquito which, in August 1942, became the first Allied aircraft to fall into Swiss hands
Personal album - civil Photographs of airliners taken at Croydon airport in the late Thirties
Preservation profile - The Old Flying Machine Company's HA-1112M1L Buchon is this month's subject
Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners continues with the story of the French Latecoere 28
Spitfire notebook - Part 5 - This month's notebook features the Spitfire Mk II
The origins of aerial bombardment - Part 10 - In the tenth and final part of his series on the early history of aerial bombing up to the out-break of World War One, Harry Woodman examines its development in Austria-Hungary and in Russia, the birthplace of Igor Sikorsky's huge and extraordinary ll'ya Muromets
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