Aerospace Historian

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Magazine Data

Availability: National Society           Issues per Year: 4
ISSN: 0001-9364           Barcode:
First Year: 1965           Last Year: 1988

Publisher: Air Force Historical Foundation
Country: United States         Language: English

Main Genre: history
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes

Status: Ceased

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‘Aerospace Historian’ was a quarterly magazine covering the history of American aviation – with an emphasis on the USAF. It contained feature articles on commercial aviation, technology, WW2 air battles, personalities, aircraft restorations etc, but not specific aircraft types. Also included were first hand accounts, book reviews, museum news, current events etc. Normally 72 (A4 size) pages in each issue, with b+w photos.
The magazine was initially published under the title ‘Air Power Historian’ (September 1954-April 1959), became ‘Airpower Historian’ (July 1959-July 1965) and then ‘Aerospace Historian’ (September 1965-December 1988) before adopting it’s present title of ‘Air Power History’ (see below).

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