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Aeroplane salutes the WW1 armistice

 

The November issue of Aeroplane places a special focus on the centenary of the armistice in November 1918. On the cover, the Shuttleworth Collection’s RAF SE5a — a genuine First World War combat veteran — and Bristol F2B take centre stage, while inside a special section marks this 100th anniversary.

In it, Alex Revell recalls the final week of World War One in the air on the Western Front, Luigino Caliaro examines US Navy floatplane operations in Italy, and Clive Parish investigates why the planned raid on Berlin by RAF Handley Page V/1500s never happened — and the apparent cover-up of a tragedy involving this heavy bomber.

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