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The most recently updated entries on our news and up-coming events section (bottom of this page) are:

The Winners of the WW1 category of the 2019 Guild of Aviation Artists Exhibition - see under Latest News below.

The updated Index to Volumes 1 to 49 of the Journal, compiled by Derek Riley has been added - see under Useful Stuff, below.  

"Jewish Flyers in the World War" - the latest book to be published by CCI, a reprint and update of a book published in Germany in 1924; and

Western Front Association - Autumn 2019 Meetings - see under Upcoming Events below

York Branch Cross and Cockade meetings for 2020 - see under Upcoming Events below: 



Our quarterly journal is at the heart of the Society: 

Volume 50/3, Autumn 2019, is now available  - so all members should have your copy by now.

2020 Subscriptions are available .

Our 2020 Calendar  is now available - Click here to buy one. 


Issue 30 of our popular free email newsletter Wind in the Wires compiled by David Marks, went out in August, containing all the latest events and news relating to our fascinating subject. Subscribe here to receive future issues. Back numbers are available in the link below, under "Useful Stuff". We've over 1,200 subscribers - and 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)!

Another batch of pre-loved WW1 aviation books will soon be available on the web shop - all at very reasonable prices. Watch this space!

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Current Journal, Vol 50/3:

 Articles in this issue:

Arthur Treloar Whealy DSC DFC: Norman Franks 

Air Fighting at the Dardanelles: Bernard de Broglio

5 Sqdn RFC 1913-1915, R Hollingworth via Andy Thomas 

Eliot Millar King: A Kiwi in the RNAS: Ian Burns 

26 Sqdn in East Africa - Part 2: Mike O'Connor and Ray Vann 

The Brief Career and Tragic Fate of BE2a 331: Paul Hare 

City of Hull: History of an I.A.F Aeroplane: David Marritt

........And as always there is the Editorial by Mike Davis 


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