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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, March 1984 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jarrett's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
The day of the Typhoon: Part 1 - During the first week of August 1944, the German Army began advancing on Mortain in France in an attempt to drive a wedge between the American and British armies. John Golley, a Typhoon pilot with 245 Squadron, describes how this seemingly impregnable armour was smashed in the first classic aircraft-versus-tank confrontation of the Invasion
Showing off the Canberra: Part 2 - Lst month Wg Cdr Roland Beamont, ex-Chief Test Pilot of English Electric, described his test flying and airshow demonstrations of the prototype Canberra in the Fifties. This month he concludes his two-part article with an account of demonstrating later variants of the aircraft
Into the Eighties with the Mosquito Aircraft Museum - Stuart Howe gives an update on the Mosquito Aircraft Museum at Salisbury Hall, home of the very first Mosquito
Wellesleys over the Sudan: Part 1 - The first of a three-part account of flying Vickers Wellesleys in the .Sudan on operations against the Italians in 1940, by Gp Capt James Pelly-Fry
Armchair aviation/Where are they now?
Cockpits of the RAF: Part 6 - L. F. E. Coombs winds up this series with some observations on the first generation jets: the Vampire, Meteor and Sabre
Preservation profile - Mosquito T.JII RR299, built in 1945, is one of the last three airworthy examples of this classic aircraft out of a total of 7,781 built
Wings of peace No 6: Latecoere 17, 25 and 26 - This French aircraft is the latest subject in John Stroud's series on European airliners
The deafening silence: Part 2 - Alex Henshaw concludes his two-part story of the series of mystifying Spitfire engine failures which he and his team experienced at Castle Bromwich during 1942
Personal album - Pre-war photographs taken at Eastleigh, Lee-on-Solent and Hamble
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