The ever fascinating history of the German Army Airships, in this case the short-lived SL-11, is the subject of the first article in the issue. Excerpted from a book by the late Andreas Horn is a peek into the larger work Herr Horn was working on before his untimely passing.
Peter Fedders breaks down the air war over Verdun continuing his analytical approach to the air war above the milestone events in the ground war.
Jack Herris dovetails the development of the Gotha G 1 and UWD with the recent release of the wonderful 1/32 model kit of these unusual German aircraft by Wing Nut Wings.
The unusual Otto C.II is the subject of Jack’s final article for the winter journal.
A personal pilgrimage to Cappy France on the 100th Anniversary of the death of the Red Baron provides the fodder for Dick Bennett and Ted Huscher’s article “In the Propwash of the Red Baron”.
Finally, returning to lighter-than-air craft, David C. Isley looks at the fall of Airship SS Z 51