1942 Aeroplane Magazine Article

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GuyMassey
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1942 Aeroplane Magazine Article

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I have recently acquired a copy of Aeroplane Magazine dated January 1942, in which there is one of the first in-depth articles published about the Short Stirling. Aeroplane Magazine still exists, so although the article is over 70 years old, I guess that they may still hold the copyright (If you know different please say). If any member is interested in reading this feature, please message me your email address and I will send a .pdf by email. Be aware, it is about 3.5mb.
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Hi Guy, thanks for the offer for which I will take you up on. I'd be looking to post details here on the forum so all members can view it. As always, I will name the source details.
I'll PM my email address.
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John
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Hi John,
I have emailed you with the article.
Regards
Guy
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Hello,

Just was added to this forum. Wonder if the article is still available, if so

tedkaniuka@gmail.com will work.

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tkaniuka wrote:
Wed Apr 08, 2020 3:25 pm
Hello,

Just was added to this forum. Wonder if the article is still available, if so

tedkaniuka@gmail.com will work.
Hello,

I just sent you an article dated from 29 january 1942.
I expect this is the good one!
Regards.

Bruno
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