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: Flying Review International
: Purnell & Sons
: May 1965
: English
C: 56
: PDF
: 39,7 MB

First issue published in 1944 under the title Royal Air Force Review, but renamed Royal Air Force Flying Review by the early 1950s. Content at this time was a mixture of ripping yarns true flying stories and serious features on World War Two and contemporary aircraft types. Through the 1950s it evolved into a serious enthusiasts magazine, with detailed type profiles, surveys of foreign air forces and assessments of the latest Soviet aircraft. It was renamed Flying Review International in September 1963. With its large b+w and colour photos, cutaway drawings and colour profile drawings it became the premier aviation magazine in the UK.









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