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PEGASE 49 PEGASE N°49 APRIL 1988 

A low-wing monoplane in 1917. The Eiffel laboratory airplane.
Jean Devaux.

Paul Lengellé, air artist.
Alain Degardin.

PEGASE 50 PEGASE N°50 JUNE 1988 

The Morane-Saulnier that crossed the Mediterranean.
Alain Degardin and Luc Berger.

The engine used by Roland Garros to fly across the Mediterranean.
Raymond Marchal.

The birth of axial firing in fighter aircraft.
Paul Joly and J. Devaux.

October 5th : the death of Roland Garros.
Edmond Petit.

PEGASE N°51 OCTOBER 1988 

Designations of French military airplanes during the Great War.Designations of French military airplanes during the Great War.
Jean Devaux.

The restoration of the Museum's Caudron G4.
Pierre Lissarrague.

The party is over…
Gilbert Biousse.

PEGASE 52 PEGASE N°52 DECEMBER 1988 

Ader's propeller.
Pierre Lissarrague.

Years that end by nine.
Edmond Petit.

 

 
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