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Welcome to Cross & Cockade International!

Our fourth and last journal of 2016 (47/4) will be leaving the printers before the end of this week (30-Nov) and will be on your reading pile well before Christmas - unless of course you're outside Europe and have subscribed surface mail. 2017 Membership is now available and, if you're over 80 years of age, you can now join (and claim your £5 discount) in the web shop. That said, a good number of us have not yet renewed for 2016! Difficult to believe, I know, as the year is almost over. However, it's not too late - so if you're wondering where your journals are, renew here.

Christmas is coming - and our 2017 Calendar is now available: you can check it out here.

Issue 19 of our acclaimed free email newsletter Wind in the Wires went out on 30th November. Subscribe here to receive future issues, and/or email me if you'd like to be sent the back numbers. We've now over 1,150 subscribers. It's free - so why not see what you're missing? PLEASE NOTE that if you think you've subscribed, but haven't received your issue, you'd do well to check your spam filter(s)!

The new, completely re-written, version of The Sky Their Battlefield (Mark II) has had all the original content thoroughly updated and expanded, revealing the stories of almost 17,000 WW1 air personnel. You can find out more about this indescribably useful book on Trevor Henshaw's site: www.theskytheirbattlefield2.com - or just buy (or, if your birthday's coming up soon, point your relatives towards) it on this site in softback or hardback editions.

We have an active Facebook page, cared for by Adrian Roberts; plus an increasingly popular twitter account @crosscockade which is also climbing in popularity!

Hauptmann Heydemarck and Captain Saunders: by Mike Kelsey

Civilian Flying Training In 1916: The Experience of Valentine George Austen: Philip  Jarrett

Atlas of German and Foreign Seaplanes - Benoist Type C: by Paul Leaman

Killed By A Camel: The Unfortunate End of Driver Samuel Webster ASC: by JBE Hale

The Eyes Of Venice: The Italian Navy over the Northern Adriatic  during  the  Great  War:  Pietro  Lando

Camel Captivation: Captain Mansell Richard James, 45 Squadron: Stewart K. Taylor

Plus we have all the usual departments - Editorial, Fabric, Recce, Bookshelf et al

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