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WW1 Aero :

WW1 Aero #206 - Feb 2011

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World War 1 Aeroplanes
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
152 pages Perfect-bound
aeroplanes, aircraft, airplanes, history, transportation, world war 1, WW1 Aero

206, February 2011 - Royal Aeronautical Society Aeronautical Heritage Award to Muswell Manor; The Johnson Monoplane (History / Seiser reproduction); No Contest: The Military Aeroplane Competition of 1912 (Part 2); A Nose is a Nose is a Nose (S.E.5a); The Fokker-Flugzeugwerke Museum Plan; Third Time's A Charm - The Blue Max Triplane Comes Home; Jenny Modifications at Hazelhurst Field; Drawings: Woseley Viper engine, S.E.5a GA drawings for various powerplants, radiator shutters, propellers, front fairings; Museums & Organizations: Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Sopwith Dolphin, San Diego Air & Space Museum Nieuport 11, Military Aviation Museum WW1 Hangar; Aircraft: Jack Kearbey Sopwith Pup, Achim Engels Fokker E.III, Andrew Willox BE2a, Herbert Seiser Fokker Spin, Models; Aero Sim Flying (FSX S.E.5a & Sopwith Camel); Publications; From The Board

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