Putnam Aeronautical Review

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John Motum
Naval Institute Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 260 pages
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The Putnam Aeronautical Review is devoted to the design, development and service history of the world's aircraft. The contents range historically from the beginnings of the air industries in the early years of this century to the present day. The contributors are all well-known authorities so detailed and accurate information is the keynote of all the articles.
  

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Contents

Two Operational Analyses John Stroud
15
VC10 Super VC10 with BOAC British Airways R A R Wilson
33
Liverpool David Smith
57
Voyage of His Majestys Airship R34 Philip Jarrett
74
Another Vimy Another Time D G Addicott
91
Building Britains Best Heavy Bomber John Motum
110
Book Reviews
127
The Paper Tiger Goes to War Derek Dempster
145
The Birth of Air Transport John Stroud
164
The Sopwith Century that Shook the World Dr Norman Barfield
177
Forum Foretaste
190
Air Traffic Management in Europe Peter Cunningham
207
the Rolls Royce
230
Birmingham International David J Smith
249
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