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Review of the Association des Amis du Musée de l'Air - Contents of previous issues
 
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PEGASE N°9 MARCH 1978 

The Potez 53, winner of the 1933 Dutch Cup.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

The Museum's Potez 53.

Searching for the "Italia". 50th anniversary. The Latham 47 tragedy.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

sRené-Cyprien Guilbaud.

PEGASE 10 PEGASE N°10 JUNE 1978 

The invention of the 1914-1918 air war.
Pierre Lissarrague.

An airplane, a pilot. The Morane Saulnier AI and Albert Fronval.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

The Museum's Morane Saulnier AI.

Aerobatics… before the French Air Force "Patrouille de France" aerobatics team.
Pierre Lissarrague and Jean B. Reveilhac.

PEGASE 11
PEGASE N°11 OCTOBER 1978 

Ceramics and balloons.
Charles Dollfus.

One of the last missions of the Hurel-Dubois F-BICR.
J.P.F. Chapuis.

The history of IGN's Air Activity Service.
J.P.F. Chapuis.

1928: the consecration of the autogyro: flying across the English Channel.
Elisabeth Caquot.

The Nieuport 29.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

The Museum's Nieuport 29.
Pierre Lissarrague.

PEGASE 12 PEGASE N°12 DECEMBER 1978 

The Graf Zeppelin's first transatlantic flight.
Odile Benoist.

The development of practical aviation and the great air races.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

The Museum's Morane Saulnier G.
Pierre Lissarrague.

A great collective achievement: salvaging the "Sunderland" flying boat.
Pierre Lissarrague.

 

 
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