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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
eatures: The Hot Seat - Peter N. "Ando" Anderson reports from Australia's Temora Aviation Museum on the challenges of fitting a "live" ejection seat in its Vampire jet trainer 50 Not Out! - On April 16, 2010, well-known display pilot SirJohn Allison celebrated the 50th anniversary of his first solo flight in aTiger Moth-with a solo flight in a Tiger Moth! Steven Jefferson was there to capture the event for Aeroplane The Allies' Albatros - Philip Jarrett investigates the story behind a German Albatros biplane used by the Royal Naval Air Service during World War One Airliner Archive - This month s classic inter-war airliner image is of Swissair's sole Curtiss Condor biplane - the only one ever to fly in European service Small but Perfectly Formed - In 1937 F.G. Miles and his wife Blossom decided to design a diminutive racer for the King's Cup Air Race and fit it with a new 140 h.p. Gipsy Major engine a€ the result was the tiny but very sleek M.13 Hobby, as Peter Amos relates The Greatest Gathering - Tony Harmsworth witnessed the reunion of surviving members of Lt Col James Doolittle's daring raid on Japan Setting the scene...Johnny de Uphaugh introduces our 55-page Battle of Britain Special Section with a situation report on Britain's position in the desperate days followingthe fall of France in June 1940 Undaunted by Odds - Using the logbooks of South African Battle of Britain Spitfire pilot Flt Lt Brian Van Mentz, Eric Benjaminson provides a fascinating insight into what it was like to be one of ""The Few"" How The West Was Won - The Director General of the RAF Museum, Air Vice-Marshal Peter Dye QBE,takes an in-depth look at the logistical aspects of the Battle - with some surprising conclusions The Forgotten Few - Michael J.F. Bowyer details Coastal Command's vital contribution to the RAF's ""finest hour"" in an excerpt from his splendid new book from Crecy Publishing on the Battle of Britain Their Finest Words - Aviation literature connoisseur Johnny de Uphaugh concludes our Battle of Britain coverage with a look at a handful of the best books written by those who were there a€" on both sides To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, GARETH HECTOR was specially commissioned by Aeroplane to illustrate Flt Lt Ian ""Widge"" Gleedof No 87 Sqn flying his Hawker Hurricane in combat with a Bf109E of JG26 during the Battle, our coverage of which starts on page 16... DATABASE - The Messerschmit Bf109: German wartime aviation specialist Dr Alfred Price traces the genesis of Willy Messerschmitt's innovative Bf 109 and its development up to and including the Bf109E""Emil"" variant, as pitted against the RAF's Spitfires and Hurricanes in the Battle of Britain. Includes scale drawings and artwork by Juanita Franzi and cutaway illustration by J.H. Clark Regulars: News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth Aircrew - The Dornier Do 17 pilot - with illustration by lan Bott From the Archives - News and issues of 70 years ago - 1940 Reader Offer - 72 Q&A - Your questions asked, and answered Picture of the Month - Armstrohg Whitworth Argosy G-APRN Book Reviews Events Flying Visit - Chairman of the Vintage Aircraft Club John Broad on his aviation career Moving On...Registration updates with Mike Hooks Competition Services, Next Month Readers'Album - David O'Byrne's photographs from his time as an engine fitter at Gatwick Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on a wide range of topics Hairy Moment - Our regular spot for your historic aviation close calls
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