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Magazine Data

Availability: Subscription           Issues per Year: 1
ISSN: None           Barcode: None
First Year: 1971           Last Year: 1983

Publisher: Kurlands Forlag
Country: Denmark         Language: Danish

Main Genre: Specific Operator
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes

Status: Ceased

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‘Dan-Mil’ was a magazine of Danish military aviation history. Appearing approximately annually, it was first published in 1971 by Stoppels Forlag (issues 1 to 3), but later changed hands to Kurlands Forlag (issue 5 onwards). All issues were edited by Ole Nikolajsen, except the 1981 Special which was edited by Alf Blume.

The magazine was published in A4 size, with about 70 pages in each, and illustrated with many b+w photos, scale line drawings, and also some colour photos in the later issues. Each issue comprised a pictorial review of aviation in the past year in Denmark, the history of a Danish Air Force squadron and a pictorial feature on a specific Danish Air Force aircraft type – with many photos and very detailed scale drawings showing all markings carried. The text was in Danish, with some summaries in English. The last issue published was No.8 in 1983.

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  1. Ref. the Dan-Mil magazines. I am in possession of 1, 2, and 3. They are as good as new and include color inserts of the Esq. 721, FR, and Semper Vigilans logos.
    I will be happy to forward pictures of the books and the inserts.
    I did ATC in the RDAF from 1966-71 and I am interested in selling these magazines to the highest bidder.
    Kind regards,
    Cell +1 (917) 282-2305

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