Country: United States Language: English
Main Genre: history
Published between 1968 and 1971, ‘Aero Album’ was a quarterly magazine on aviation from the Pioneer Age to the Jet Age, edited by Paul R. Matt and Kenn C. Rust and backed by an international supporting cast of editorial assistants and contributing writers such as Peter M. Bowers, Christopher F. Shores, Jean Cuny, Yasuho Izawa, Juraj Rajninec and Julius Gaal. Featuring stories on aircraft, aces, first-hand accounts, a date-by-date recap of World War II in the air, three-view scale drawings and a wealth of unusual photographs, only 20 ‘Aero Albums’ were actually published, but they set a standard that subsequent historical aviation publications – including ‘Aviation History’ – still strive to match. [Jon Guttman].
In 2000 the complete run of Aero Albums was reprinted by Wind Canyon Publishing at a very reasonable price.
See other aviation-related magazines from United States.