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Review of the Association des Amis du Musée de l'Air - Contents of previous issues
 
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PEGASE N°76 JANUARY 1995 

Whatever happened to the engines used by Wilbur Wright in France, in 1908 and 1909 ?
Pierre Lissarrague.

The Wright aircraft manufactured by Short.
Pierre Lissarrague.

Aviation research in the United States prior to the Wright Brothers.
Pierre Lissarrague.

From the kite to the Flyer. However did they do it ?
Jean-Pierre Lefèvre-Garros and Pierre Lissarrague.

The Wrights in France: money, fame, failure.
Michel Bénichou.

Hart O. Berg, without whom the Wrights...
Jean-Pierre Lefèvre-Garros.

The Wright Brothers seduced by the fair skies of Pau.
Gérard Péguilhan.

PEGASE N°77 APRIL 1995 

The Wright challenges in the U.S.A.
Guy Schaeffer.

The Wright brothers' contribution to the conquest of the third dimension.
Pierre Lissarrague.

PEGASE 78 PEGASE N°78 JULY 1995 

The challenge met by the French aviation industry 1945-1960.
Jacques Noetinger.

Selecting the European Airbus's engine. Politics or opportunism ?
Jean Calmon.

PEGASE 79 PEGASE N°79 OCTOBER 1995 

The Blériot aeroplanes designed during World War One.
Jean Devaux andt Michel Marani.

Tribute to René Hirsch.
Pierre Lissarrague.

 

 
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