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PEGASE 33 PEGASE N°33 MARCH 1984 

A history of aeronautical engineering techniques. The covering of airplane wings with fabric from the origins to the 1914-1918 war. 
Pierre Lissarrague.

PEGASE 34 PEGASE N°34 JUNE 1984 

The 8th world championship of flying models. 
Jean Rousseau. 

Airplanes in service in the French Air Force between 1st January 1919 and 3rd September 1939. 
Jean-Yves Lorant. 

The largest aerospace museum in Europe: the Bourget Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace. 
Valérie Strauss. 

A hitherto unpublished letter by Henri Fabre. Between the lines, a chapter of the conquest of the sky. 
Michel Dulud.

PEGASE 35 PEGASE N°35 OCTOBER 1984 

The major anniversaries of the years ending in …4. 
Alain Degardin. 

The 8th world championship of flying models. The results. 
Valérie Strauss. 

Who is Florentin Bonnet ? 
P. L. 

Sixty years ago… A world airspeed record is set on 11 December 1924 by Florentin Bonnet with 448.117 kilometers per hour onboard a Bernard Fairbois airplane. 
Pierre Lissarrague.

PEGASE N°36 DECEMBER 1984 - JANUARY 1985 

It is now 10 years since the Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace was moved to Le Bourget. 
Pierre Lissarrague. 

The Biot 1879 glider. 
Pierre Lissarrague.

 

 
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