Aeroplane Monthly 1990-08
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J.Stroud - Wings of Peace
АНТ-35 (URSS-N035) среди других экспонатов. Ноябрь 1936 г.
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).
АНТ-35 (URSS-N035) среди других экспонатов. Ноябрь 1936 г.
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.
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.
АНТ-35 (URSS-N035) среди других экспонатов. Ноябрь 1936 г.
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.
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.
АНТ-35 (URSS-N035) среди других экспонатов. Ноябрь 1936 г.
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.