New Magazine "The Aviation Historian"

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New Magazine "The Aviation Historian"

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The Aviation Historian

Contents of Issue No 1
132 pages

Messerschpitts at Five O'Clock!
Yellow noses, crosses, swastikas . . . but not on Bf 109s. Nick Stroud looks back at a surprise airshow act

The Tragedy of Flight Three
Michael O'Leary investigates the DC-3 crash that killed Hollywood film star Carole Lombard

The Flying Billboard
What's 378 feet long, has three engines and floats?

Surprise, Surprise!
The full and detailed story for the first time – from both sides – of English Electric Lightings versus Lockheed U-2s

Northern Exposure
Jan Forsgren reveals how Gloster Gladiators and Hawker Harts fought in the Finnish-Soviet Winter War of 1939–40

American Classics
Rare photographs of flying-boats and floatplanes from the Alpha Archive

Flying the Furrow
Derek O’Connor charts the creation of an unusual inter-war navigational aid across the Middle East

Hef and the Big Bunny
Up and down with Hugh Hefner and the Playboy empire's luxury DC-9 corporate jet

Under the Windstocking
More rare photographs, this time lesser-known civil inter-war types, from the collection of Philip Jarrett

One Furious Summer
The story of Peter W. Brooks's Hawker Fury FB.60 ferry-flight from the UK to Pakistan in 1949, told through his own journal and photographs

Ryan and the Triangular Pterodactyls
Doug Moore describes the birth of "the craziest kite in the sky"

Out of the Blue
How Papa Smurf saved the T-45 Goshawk, by Mick Oakey

From Penthouse to Workhorse
Jonathan Pote recalls an encounter with a Boeing 307 Stratoliner in Laos in the mid-1960s

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Re: New Magazine "The Aviation Historian"

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A very, very well put-together 'magazine' (journal is perhaps a better word for it).
Andy Wright
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