Over The Front

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Magazine Data

Availability: National Society           Issues per Year: 4
ISSN: xxxx-xxxx           Barcode:
First Year: 1986           Last Year: current

Publisher: League of World War One Aviation Historians
Country: United States         Language: English

Main Genre: history
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes

Status: Current

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The League of World War I Aviation Historians is a non-profit organization whose goals include the accumulation, preservation, and publication of factual data concerning aerial activity of World War I. It was established in April 1985, upon the closure of the US branch of Cross & Cockade.

‘Over The Front’ is a quarterly journal, 8.5 x 11 inches in size, on acid-free, glossy archival paper, packed with the finest research written by the world’s leading WWI aviation historians. From personal accounts of those involved in the war, preserved for their descendants, to squadron histories, to analytical papers, to technical information about the aircraft and aerial weapons used in the war (including vast amounts of color and markings information for the aircraft modeller), and more, each 96-page issue of ‘Over The Front’ is packed with information on aerial conflict in its pioneer days.

The main focus of the magazine is on people and their experiences, rather than the aircraft they flew. The great majority of the photos are of people. The first issue was published in Spring 1986.

Further information: website: Over The Front

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