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Aeroplane Magazine

(3 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year The magazine of choice for aviation and history enthusiasts worldwide. Aeroplane is filled with aviation history, news on plane preservation projects and nostalgia from the 'golden age of flying'.

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Aeroplane  |  British Bombers of WW2  


IN THIS EDITION of Aeroplane Collectors’ Archive, focusing on British Bombers
of World War Two, we bring together some of the  nest images from the war
years of The Aeroplane and some of the period cutaway artwork.
GLASS PLATE NEGATIVES
The stunning photographs used here were taken by the talented photographic
sta of The Aeroplane – Charles Sims, Alf Long and Maurice Rowe to name
a few – on glass-plate negatives that now comprise one of the  nest historic
aviation archives in the world.
We recently spoke to Maurice Rowe to ask him, some 67 years later, to
recall his experiences and explain what it was like trying to capture these
great images:
“When I started with Temple Press, my duties included making up chemicals
and drying photographs on rotary glazing drums, while also learning how to
operate a large copying camera that ran on rails.
“After some years, on the retirement of a member of sta , I was given
the opportunity to become a photographer. Standard equipment for a
photographer then was the First World War-vintage Van Neck VN
Press Camera.
“While away on an overnight assignment, when a large amount of
photographs were required, the slides had to be reloaded. This was usually done
in the hotel bedroom, where one would struggle into the wardrobe – making
sure the door was  rmly closed – or attempt to get the job done
while hiding under the bedclothes!
“Of all the assignments I was given, air-to-air photography was by far the
most challenging. It was easy enough to take pictures from the back end of
a Blackburn Beverley, as many of the images were, or the side-door of an Avro
Lancaster, but being trussed up like a chicken and thrust into a Hawker Hunter,
hardly able to move and with an oxygen mask clamped to your face, was a
di erent matter. With no room for a camera case, as many slides as possible were
crammed into your left-hand pockets, the exposed plates then being carefully
transferred to your right-hand pockets – it was exhausting.”
Aeroplane Magazine

Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher.

Published monthly, Aeroplane traces its lineage back to the weekly The Aeroplane launched in June 1911, and is still continuing to provide the best aviation coverage around. Aeroplane magazine is dedicated to offering the most in-depth and entertaining read on all historical aircraft. With a distinct emphasis on military aircraft from the 1930s to the 1960s, the magazine features such icons as the Spitfire, Hurricane, Lancaster and many more.

Regular features include:

• Database: Aeroplane puts historic planes under the spotlight by discussing development, in service details, insights and technical details.
• Aeroplane Meets: Interview series on leading figures from the historic aircraft scene.
• Hangar Talk: Monthly comment column on the historic aircraft world.
• Q&A: Your questions answered
• Aircrew: An insider’s look at the crew that manned legendary aircraft.

And much more!

For more information, visit www.aeroplanemonthly.com

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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Aeroplane magazine subscription.

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3 Customer Reviews
   David Rich Reviewed Wednesday, May 7, 2014
The magazine is great,so I got it for 2 years about 8 to 10 months ago.Ihave not gotten a issue in about 6 months.I have tried to email to them without success.I have tried to call,but always get a busy signal.It sure would be nice to get all the back issues that I did not get,or receive a refund check.It seems to be a shame to have such a good product,but such poor customer service.David Rich 13346 state hwy 94 Grady Alabama.36036.USA.Phone 334-584-7373.Thank you
   Attention to detail Reviewed Tuesday, July 16, 2013
By far my favourite aviation magazine, such amazing photography from the WW2 era and such an interesting read. News coverage cannot be beaten
   Reviewed Wednesday, October 10, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Excellent! On a scale from 1-10 it's ELEVEN.......
Issue Cover

Aeroplane   |   British Bombers of WW2   


IN THIS EDITION of Aeroplane Collectors’ Archive, focusing on British Bombers
of World War Two, we bring together some of the  nest images from the war
years of The Aeroplane and some of the period cutaway artwork.
GLASS PLATE NEGATIVES
The stunning photographs used here were taken by the talented photographic
sta of The Aeroplane – Charles Sims, Alf Long and Maurice Rowe to name
a few – on glass-plate negatives that now comprise one of the  nest historic
aviation archives in the world.
We recently spoke to Maurice Rowe to ask him, some 67 years later, to
recall his experiences and explain what it was like trying to capture these
great images:
“When I started with Temple Press, my duties included making up chemicals
and drying photographs on rotary glazing drums, while also learning how to
operate a large copying camera that ran on rails.
“After some years, on the retirement of a member of sta , I was given
the opportunity to become a photographer. Standard equipment for a
photographer then was the First World War-vintage Van Neck VN
Press Camera.
“While away on an overnight assignment, when a large amount of
photographs were required, the slides had to be reloaded. This was usually done
in the hotel bedroom, where one would struggle into the wardrobe – making
sure the door was  rmly closed – or attempt to get the job done
while hiding under the bedclothes!
“Of all the assignments I was given, air-to-air photography was by far the
most challenging. It was easy enough to take pictures from the back end of
a Blackburn Beverley, as many of the images were, or the side-door of an Avro
Lancaster, but being trussed up like a chicken and thrust into a Hawker Hunter,
hardly able to move and with an oxygen mask clamped to your face, was a
di erent matter. With no room for a camera case, as many slides as possible were
crammed into your left-hand pockets, the exposed plates then being carefully
transferred to your right-hand pockets – it was exhausting.”
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Aeroplane magazine print subscription.
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