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Review of the Association des Amis du Musée de l'Air - Contents of previous issues
 
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PEGASE 05
PEGASE N°5 JANUARY 1977 

An aeronautical utopia.
F. Lissarrague.

The Farman 190 and its follow-ons.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

The Museum's Farman 192.

A little-known pioneer: Albert Bazin.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

PEGASE 06
PEGASE N°6 MAY 1977 

50 years ago… Lindbergh crossed the Atlantic.
Willy Coppens de Houthulst.

I saw Lindbergh … first.
M. Sarrazin.

20 years ago… Charles Goujon left us on 21st May 1957.
Jacques Noetinger.

Charles Renard.
Charles Dollfus.

The Museum's Ferber N°6 bis.

PEGASE 07
PEGASE N°7 OCTOBER 1977 

Fifty years ago… the Southern Atlantic too.
Pierre Lissarrague.

The first non-stop aerial crossing of the Southern Atlantic by Costes and Le Brix and their flight around the world.
Alain Degardin.

The great family of "Breguet 19s".
Jean B. Reveilhac.

Dieudonné Costes.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

The Museum's "GR" "Nungesser & Coli" Breguet 19.

The works of Capitaine Ferdinand Ferber.
Pierre Lissarrague.

PEGASE N°8 DECEMBER 1977 - JANUARY 1978 

The Derperdussin airplanes and their maker.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

70th anniversary of the first officially controlled circular kilometer.
Pierre Lissarrague.

Gabriel Voisin and Henri Farman.

 

 
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