Aviation-related Magazines Guide
|Availability: National Society
||Issues per Year: 4
|First Year: 1970
||Last Year: current
Publisher: Cross and Cockade International
Country: United Kingdom Language: English
Main Genre: history
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes
Cross & Cockade International (CCI) is the First World War Aviation Historical Society. It’s principle function is to research and publish information on all aspects of the First World War in the air, 1914 – 1918. Cross & Cockade GB was formed in 1970 as the British arm of Cross & Cockade in the USA, which was formed in 1960. The name was changed to Cross & Cockade International when the US society folded in 1986.
CCI publishes a high quality journal, produced quarterly, which contains articles written by the members. Each issue comprises 68 pages, printed on premium specification paper for optimal image quality, with at least four pages of full colour. The contents includes biographies, squadron histories & technical articles by “the” experts, rare photographs (many never previously published), accurate scale plans & maps, regular information on research sources, book & other media reviews, reader feedback etc. The journal was first published in 1970 and the Autumn 2003 issue was Volume 34 No.3.
Further information: website: Cross and Cockade
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