Издательство: Model Aeronautical Press Ltd
Год: 1958 / 5
Формат: PDF в RAR
'Aero Modeller' (or Aeromodeller) was for decades the premier magazine for flying model aircraft. The first issue was dated November 1935. At its peak during the 1950s and 1960s it progessively
absorbed a number of rivals, being called 'Aero Modeller now incorporating Model Aircraft' by February 1966, and 'Aero Modeller incorporating the Model Aeroplane Constructor and Model Aircraft' by
Alongside the many features related to aeromodelling, each issue typically included one or two features on full-size aircraft. These usually centred around the famous series of scale plans for
which the magazine was justly famous. Multi-part series such as 'Famous Biplanes' and 'Aircraft Described' ran across the centre pages and featured b+w photographs, detail sketches and a brief
description alongside the multi-view scale drawings. In the early 1960s it also included a regular Q & A feature run by Air-Britain called 'Sign Post' which mostly concerned aircraft markings.
This was later replaced by a series concentrating on aeromodelling. Some issues also included aircraft colour profiles on the inside back cover. During the 1960s the magazine averaged 38-44 pages
per issue, with many b+w photos and line drawings and sketches.
Aeromodeller Vol.24 No.5 (May 1958): The Racing Comets; De Havilland Comet; Lozenge Camouflage; Aircraft in Service - English Electric Canberra B(I).8; Aircraft Described - Albatros D.III.