This bulletin collection ( copies of the originals ), which contains detailed texts as well as drawings and some photographs, is about Russian aeroplanes in service ( both military and civil aviations ) throughout the 20th Century.
||30 x 21 x 38 cm
||Agrafé et reliure Wire - O
||1977 - 2012
||English / Russian / French / German / Czech / Greek
|Etat du livre
||Aviation specialists collective
|Collection / Série
||Air - Britain
||Nigel A. Eastaway
The Bulletin of the RUSSIAN AVIATION ( 52 block of sheets in all ) contains, from September / December 1977 until March 2012, many articles about Russian aircraft. These very articles are written in English, Russian, French, German, Czech and Greek ( Latin alphabet ) as well. More than just articles, they are full studies and thorough research - made by various authors ( in each one's own language ) - that would be of great interest to any aviation enthusiast. It is interesting to note that some articles ( from September / December 1977 to March / September 1986 ) have been translated into English as well.
Here are some of the topics covered through these research :
SUCHOJ Su - 12 by Václav Němeček ( Volume 15, No.'s 51 & 52, September / December 1977 ).
V.B. Shavrov - History of Aircraft Design in the U.S.S.R., translated by W.H. Schoenmaker ( Volume 23, No. 78, June 1984 ).
’ Spiral ’ air - orbital system by V.P. Lukashevich, V.A. Trufakin and S.A. Mikoyan ( Aerospace Review 3/05, Volume 46, No. 169, March 2007 ).
Russian Transport Airplanes ( part 9 ) by Vladimir Kotelnikov : Airborne forces' role in the Moscow counter - offensive and air delivery of supplies to the aiders in the enemy rear ( Volume 50, No. 185, March 2011 ).
Yak - 6 by Vasili Vakhlamov and Mikhayl Orlov ( Volume 51, No. 189, March 2012 ).
Most of the bulletins are stapled documents, indeed ( September / December 1977 - March 2009 ). The rest are Wire - O binding documents ( September 2009 - March 2012 ).
The selling price will depend on the offer made by the buyer( s ).
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