WW1 Aero :

WW1 Aero #215 - May 2013

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World War 1 Aeroplanes
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
100 pages Saddle-stitched
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215, May 2013 - GUSTAVE WHITEHEAD CONTROVERSY: Jane’s Credits Gustave Whitehead with First Powered Flight (From the Editor); Whitehead and the Wrights: 1 Myth? 2 Myths? 0 Myths? (Leo Opdycke); The Flight Claims of Gustave Whitehead / The Wright-Smithsonian Contract (Dr. Tom Crouch, Curator, NASM); Open Letters: John Brown, Tom Crouch; detail of Whitehead section (NASM photo); From Kite to Glider to Powered Flight: The AEA Gets Into the Air; Harrowing Tales of Pilot Training at Payne Field; Differences Between the Thomas-Morse S-4B and S-4C: Lessons and Questions From an Ongoing Restoration (Part 2); Museums & Organizations: Wright Company Factory Restoration / Monument Proposal, Deutsches Technikmuseum Pfalz D.VIII, Elliott Museum’s 1911 Willoughby “Pelican”, Brand New Gnome Rotary Engine; Aircraft: Pierre Racette’s Second Blériot XI-2 Project, Craftlab Vienna Project Updates; Models; Aero Sim Flying; New Releases; Rise of Flight Communiqués; Publications; Wants & Disposals; From the Board

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