Santoscoy, Jose R.

Mexico, D.F.: Revista Anahuac, 1941. First printing 48 p., photos, wrps., covers smudged, pages toned, otherwise very good Very Good Staplebound A journal dedicated to serving and informing Mexican professional pilots and their associates, published during WWII. Includes popular flight routes of the time, an article on German anti-air defenses and another on fatigue in pilots. The issue reflects the time superbly, straddling popular and civilian interests (pilot training programs, social events) with war time issues (mobilization of armed forces in preparation of war efforts). The publication was named after one of Mexico's greatest contributions to Latin American aerial history, the Anahuac propeller. Very rare, with only one holding on OCLC and none in the United States; none in the trade as of March 2015 (Item ID: 167009)


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