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PEGASE N°17 MARCH 1980 

Henri Fabre. The first man to have flown a seaplane… 70 years ago.
Alain Degardin.

An amateur of fine mechanics. M. Magnani.
Pierre Lissarrague.

The Museum's Henri Fabre 1910 seaplane.
Pierre Lissarrague.

PEGASE 18 PEGASE N°18 JUNE 1980 

The "Point d'interrogation". The architects of a victory.
Jean B. Reveilhac.

The Museum's Breguet TR "Super Bidon" "Point d'interrogation".
Jean B. Reveilhac.

Naval aviation at the Musée de l'Air.
Xavier Morel.

PEGASE N°19 NOVEMBER 1980 

The Battle of France. 10 May to 24 June 1940.

Operation "Dewoitine 520 in flight".
Pierre Lissarrague.

The official presentation ceremony of the Dewoitine 520. 20 September 1980, 11 A.M.

50 years ago, French aviators were amassing records.

PEGASE 20 PEGASE N°20 DECEMBER 1980 

Louis Breguet's scientific and technical thinking in the light of his achievements.
Jean Brocard.

An interesting aircraft is rejoining the Museum: the Curtiss Junior CW1.
Pierre Lissarrague.

"My Curtiss Junior and me". Recalling flights in California.
John L. Westhaver.

The "Bal du Moulin Rouge" Curtiss Junior CW1 is rejoining the Museum.
Pierre Lissarrague.

The Caudron Simoun.
Pierre Willefert.

 

 
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