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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, August 1984 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jarrett's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft collection and preservation world
Paratrooper - On the eve of D-Day a British paratroop unit silenced the great gun battery overlooking the invasion beaches from Merville, despite losing 80 per cent of its effective strength in a disastrous drop. John Golley examines the raid and the factors affecting its success
The Sopwith Interview - Part 2 - Raymond Baxter recently interviewed Sir Thomas Sopwith CBE, resulting in a BBC television programme that was shown on May 1. This half hour interview was edited from several hours of taped conversation, and the author now concludes his recollections of some of the highlights of that memorable meeting
Armchair Aviation
Personal Album - A collection of photographs taken in the Western Desert in World War Two
Painted Wings - A preview of the forthcoming Guild of Aviation Artists exhibition in London
Black Friday - Part 2 - On February 9, 1945, a force of 32 RAF Bristol Beaufighters set out to attack German shipping in the Norwegian fjords. Nine aircraft failed to return. Roy Nesbit concludes his two-part account of the attack through the eyes of the aircrew involved
Camera Competition - Your chance to enter our photographic competition and win a Canon camera and a set of lenses
Go shoot yourself! - David Higgs has been attaching cameras to some of the Shuttleworth Collection's aircraft in flight. We feature some of the results and the photographer tells us how he took the photographs
British pre-war ultra-light aircraft: No 41 - Richard Riding describes the Avro 560 monoplane
Harry Hawker's last flight - Until now it has always been assumed that Harry Hawker died from a haemorrhage while flying the Nieuport Goshawk G-EASK. Bill Boddy has unearthed new evidence Preservation Profile 434 The early history of the Shuttleworth Avro 504K, now flying as H5199, is very murky and we put forward the options in the hope that someone will come forward and put the record straight
Wings of Peace No 11: Junkers-G 23 and 24 - John Stroud describes some precursors of today's multi-engined metal low-wing monoplane transports
Test Pilot Profile No 11: Brian Trubshaw - Don Middle ton describes the flying career of the Vickers test pilot who later test flew the first British Concorde
Gone but not forgotten - In the fifteenth of our pictorial series on defunct aerodromes in the British Isles Robin Brooks takes a look back at Penshurst in Kent
Where are they now?

Front cover. One of the aircraft that participated in this year's D-Day celebrations was the Royal Navy Historic Flight's Fairey Swordfish, LS326. Painted with Invasion stripes for the occasion the aircraft was flown to France byLt Cdr Ken Patrick and it was caught by GORDON BAIN'S camera near Beachy Head on its way from Yeovilton to Lydd on June 3 this year.
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