Aeroplane Monthly 1990-08
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J.Stroud - Wings of Peace
The Russian singleseater fighter is seen in the foreground. Behind it is the A.N.T.35 commercial machine and mounted high on the stand is the long-range A.N.T.25, beyond which can be seen the Russian glider.
The prototype ANT-35 at the 1936 Paris Salon. Beyond it is the long-distance ANT-25 and in the foreground the TsKB-19.
АНТ-9 "Чайка" (борт URSS-D308) и Ju 52/3m общества воздушных сообщений "Дерулюфт" на аэродроме в Кеигсберге
Deruluft’s ANT-9 Chaika at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, in company with one of the airline’s Junkers-Ju 52/3ms (right).
The Russian singleseater fighter is seen in the foreground. Behind it is the A.N.T.35 commercial machine and mounted high on the stand is the long-range A.N.T.25, beyond which can be seen the Russian glider.
The prototype ANT-35 at the 1936 Paris Salon. Beyond it is the long-distance ANT-25 and in the foreground the TsKB-19.
This view of the ANT-20bis, in company with two fighters, shows off the aircraft's vast wing area.
The figures in the picture emphasize the size of the ANT-20 Maksim Gorkii.
Самый большой советский самолет 30-х годов - АНТ-20 "Максим Горький" имел восемь моторов М-34Р
The ANT-20 Maksim Gorkii photographed in August 1934. There are four PS-9s in the background.
The ANT-20bis (PS-124) SSSR- L760.
View from the ANT-20bis showing the starboard engine installation, mainwheel spat and engineer’s position.
KEITH WOODCOCK'S painting shows the ANT-20bis (PS-124) SSSR-L760 which operated some Aeroflot services.
Deruluft's Whirlwind-powered ANT-9 Chaika on skis. The board beneath the front cabin window denotes the route as Moskau-Berlin.
АНТ-9 "Чайка" (борт URSS-D308) и Ju 52/3m общества воздушных сообщений "Дерулюфт" на аэродроме в Кеигсберге
Deruluft’s ANT-9 Chaika at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, in company with one of the airline’s Junkers-Ju 52/3ms (right).
The ANT-20 Maksim Gorkii photographed in August 1934. There are four PS-9s in the background.
The prototype ANT-9, with Titan engines, at Croydon on July 31,1929.
An M-17 powered PS-9.
The ANT-14 as URSS-N1001 at Baneasa Airport, Bucharest, in about 1935.
The ANT-14 on skis with all the engines cowled.
The ANT-14 in its original form, photographed on August 15, 1931, the day after its first flight.
Part of the cabin of the ANT-14.
Aeroflot ANT-35 URSS-M134 photographed in the USSR. This is almost certainly an ANT-35bis. Aircraft and buildings in the background on the left have been censored.
Aeroflot ANT-35 URSS-M131 at Bromma Airport, Stockholm. This was almost certainly an ANT-35bis.
The Russian singleseater fighter is seen in the foreground. Behind it is the A.N.T.35 commercial machine and mounted high on the stand is the long-range A.N.T.25, beyond which can be seen the Russian glider.
The prototype ANT-35 at the 1936 Paris Salon. Beyond it is the long-distance ANT-25 and in the foreground the TsKB-19.
The Russian singleseater fighter is seen in the foreground. Behind it is the A.N.T.35 commercial machine and mounted high on the stand is the long-range A.N.T.25, beyond which can be seen the Russian glider.
The prototype ANT-35 at the 1936 Paris Salon. Beyond it is the long-distance ANT-25 and in the foreground the TsKB-19.