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PEGASE N°44 FEBRUARY 1987 

The Great Gallery, its attire and unseen side. 
Alain Brossier. 

Meudon. 
Jacques Poillot. 

With the wing sleuths, finds and re-finds: The Voisin brothers. 
Edmond Petit.

PEGASE 45 PEGASE N°45-46 MAY 1987 

The Great Gallery. 
Bernard Chenel. 

The restoration of Airplane N°3. 
Pierre Lissarrague. 

Shapes and colors. A preview of the Great Gallery. 
Jacques Poillot. 

The architect's problems. 
Christian Marchant..

PEGASE 47 PEGASE N°47 SEPTEMBER 1987 

Guynemer. Men fade away. France remains. 
Lucien Robineau. 

The successive "Vieux Charles" are not alike. 
Edmond Petit. 

About the Massia-Biot" glider. 
Pierre Lissarrague.

PEGASE 48 PEGASE N°48 DECEMBER 1987 

Clément Ader's 300-meter flight at Satory. 
Pierre Lissarrague. 

14-15 October 1927. Costes and Le Brix perform the first non-stop flight across the Southern Atlantic. 
Jean-Yves Lorant. 

14 October 1947. "Chuck" Yeager flies over Mach 1. 
Stéphane Nicolaou. 

Camouflage patterns used by the German Air Force during the Great War. 
André Lombard. 

The 1882-1884 Massia-Biot glider. 
Pierre Lissarrague.

 

 
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