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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world?plus Hangar stores

Per mare probare No 3: Supermarine Southampton - In Part Three of their series on aeroplanes tested by the Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment at Felixstowe in Suffolk, Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan examine the Supermarine Southampton flying-boat

The Auxiliary tradition?Part 2 - In Part Two of his series on the post-war Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Wg Cdr Jack Meadows DFC AFC AE, recalls flying late-mark Spitfires with 600 and 603 Squadrons, and remembers 600's special association with royalty

Armament flight-Part 1 - Former Battle of Britain fighter pilot and test pilot Wing Commander Ft. E. "Tich" Havercroft AFC RAF (Retd) recalls his part in RAF armament flight trials in 1941-45

Personal album - Special four-page feature depicting aircraft of the South Arabian/South Yemen Air Force in Aden during the Sixties

Redhill recollections?Part 2 - M. J. Hardy concludes his reminiscences of student days with the College of Aeronautical Engineering at Redhill Aerodrome in 1949-51

Forties' favourites?No 1 - In Part One of a new series of features chosen from our archives, we examine the Handley Page Halifax II four-engined bomber. This article and the accompanying J. H. Clark cutaway drawing first appeared in The Aeroplane of April 24, 1942

The Flying Duchess?Part 2 - Part Two of Lettice Curtis's biography of the intrepid Duchess of Bedford, who mysteriously disappeared 50yr ago at the age of 72 after making a remarkable series of long-distance flights all over the world.

Preservation profile - The UK's sole example of an airworthy French Caudron C.270 Luciole is this month's subject

Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners continues with the Airco D.H.I 7 project and the D.H 18

Gone West - "The question of launching torpedoes"?Part 4 - In the fourth and final part of his history of early torpedo-carrying aircraft, former Keeper of the RAF Museum Jack Bruce describes the work of the Wight seaplanes, the Sopwith 860 and the Short 184

For business and pleasure - Mike Jen-am continues his series on British post-war private and club aircraft with Part Two of the Auster story, in which he describes the wartime military variants
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