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Various: Flying Aces Sampler. V1. 28 Dec 2011
Flying Aces was one of a number of so-called "flying pulp" magazines, popular during the 1920s and 1930s. Like other pulp magazines, it was originally printed on coarse, pulpy paper, but later moved to a "slick" format. The magazine was launched in October 1928 by Periodical House, Inc. It featured adventure stories written and illustrated by known authors of the day, often set against the background of World War I. Later issues added non-fiction aviation articles, as well as articles and plans for model airplanes. The latter became more prominent, and eventually the magazine was renamed Flying Models, and catered exclusively to model airplane hobbyists.
GUNS OF THE GRIFFON—ARCH WHITEHOUSE
THRILLING MODERN AIR NOVELETTE
THE GRIFFON'S GAMBLE—ARCH WHITEHOUSE
THE GRIFFON GAMBLES WITH DEATH!
HAWKS OF HATE—ARCH WHITEHOUSE
THRILLING “KERRY KEEN” NOVELETTE
ZEPPELINS VANISH!—ARCH WHITEHOUSE
A SMASHING “KERRY KEEN” MYSTERY NOVELET
CAVALRY OF THE CLOUDS—ARCH WHITEHOUSE
ANOTHER GRIPPING “KERRY KEEN” SKY YARN
CRASH ON DELIVERY—JOE ARCHIBALD
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