The R-101 Disaster

This article was originally published on page 261 of the November 1930 issue of AVIATION magazine, a predecessor of Aviation Week & Space Technology , a month after the R-101 crashed in France during its first overseas flight, killing 48 people on board. WITH respect to the tragic end of the R-101...

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