Aeromonde #2 1946 (en)
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What if the smallest aviation magazine in the world had been Belgian?
With a format of 10.5 cm x 13 cm, the publisher "Publications Bellevue Dinant" had certainly
the aftermath of the war, paper was scarce, expensive and the printing quality
and the printing quality was not very good.
Nevertheless, he had managed to concentrate on 80 (small) pages a compilation of
an article on the reopening of Sabena's air services (Brussels-Leopoldville in three days and six stopovers by DC-3, then in 25 hours and two stopovers by DC-4! ), an aircraft recognition quiz and a feature article on atomic warfare in which we explain everything about the bomb, the atomic engine that will take rockets to the moon, and a notes section where you are invited to collate your notes on the nuclear experiments in
80 pages in French.