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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Aviation Magazin, ISBN/Box 977014372413202, Publisher/Brand Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 106, Version sb, Language English
NEWS AND COMMENT
FROM THE EDITOR
• Blenheim and Lysander rides on cards
• DC-6 bound for St Athan museum
• German Bf 109Gs change hands … and the month's other top aircraft preservation news
Steve Slater's comment on the historic aircraft world
Reflections on aviation history with Denis J. Calvert
Your questions asked and answered
More superb colour images from the late Mike Hooks' collection. This month, a selection of Westland Dragonfly and Widgeon helicopters — and an interloping Sikorsky S-51
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