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PEGASE N°53 APRIL 1989 

The Museum's Junkers F 13. 
Bernard Chenel. 

40 years ago… 15 February 1949. The maiden flight of the Breguet "Deux-Ponts". 
Jacques Noetinger. 

60 years ago… In 1929. Indochina, then to Madagascar. 
Jacques Noetinger. 

Front page… a first. The Northern Atlantic. 
Edmond Petit. 

From Albatross to Daedalus. 
Jean-François Quilici. 

Years that end by nine (continued).

PEGASE 54 PEGASE N°54 MAY 1989 

80 years ago… 25 July 1909. The Frenchman Blériot just flew an airplane across the English Channel. 
Gilbert Biousse. 

Before the crossing of the Channel: the first twelve Louis Blériot airplanes. 
Jean Devaux et Michel Marani. 

Concorde's engines. 
Raymond Marchal. 

Concorde's first air routes. 
Pierre Chanoine. 

Concorde. From the prototype to the production aircraft. 
H. Perrier. 

The Museum's Lacroix 2 LB 7 autoplane. 
Pierre Willlefer.

PEGASE 55
PEGASE N°55 OCTOBER 1989 

30 September 1929. The first flight in France of an airplane equipped with a heavy oil engine. The Clerget 9 A. 
Raymond Marchal. 

80 years ago… in 1909. The architect and the air show. 
Edmond Petit. 

About the first airplane pilot brevets. 
Elisabeth Boselli. 

The surprising "Caravelle". 
Jacques Noetinger. 

7 July 1945. About the Arsenal VB 10-01. 
Roger Receveau.

PEGASE N°56 DECEMBER 1989 

1990: the Ader Year. 
Pierre Lissarrague. 

The centenary of the first takeoff of a powered airplane. 
Pierre Lissarrague. 

The first jet aircraft: the Heinkel He 176 and He 178. 
Alfred Bodemer. 

How IGN acquired its first B-17Gs. 
Bernard Chenel. 

Adventure in Mauritania. The 11 August 1919 Paris-Dakar raid. 
Lucien Coupet. 

Pégoud's Blériot XI-2. 
Gilbert Biousse.

 

 
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