WW1 Aero :

WW1 Aero #205 - Nov 2010

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World War 1 Aeroplanes
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
152 pages Perfect-bound
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205, November 2010 - Jim Appleby, The Elaborate Conception of Aerial Navigation in America: A Long Look Back at the Revoloidal Spindle Aeroport Experiments Conducted by Rufus Porter and Thomas Robjohn during the California Gold Rush; A Sopwith Camel Comes Back To Life; No Contest: The Military Aeroplane Competition of 1912 (Part 1); Fokker Triplane: Five Years In a Barn; Gas Bags, Dragons and Elephants (Part 2); Fokker V.I - Towards an Understanding (Part 4); Central Park Flying Field; Drawings: Charles Schultz Curtiss Model D, Sopwith Camel; Museums & Organizations: Military Aviation Museum Biplanes & Zeppelins Airshow; Aircraft: Bob Coolbaugh Curtiss Pusher, Pierre Racette / Marcel Deschamps Bleriot XI-2, Achim Engels Fokker D.VIII, The Aeroplane Collection Sopwith Snipe; Models; Aero Sim Flying; Historiography (by Leo Opdycke); Publications; From the Board; Wants & Disposals

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