Soaring Magazine Index for 1945 organized by subject

The contents have all been re-entered by hand, so there are going to be typos and confusion between author and subject, etc...
Please send along any corrections and suggestions for improvement.

A, B, C, G, H, K, L, M, O, P, R, S, T, W, None

A

Aerodynamic Design
W. Czerwinski, Utility gliders and their design, March-April, page 8
Affiliates, Chapters, and Clubs
O. Hoefner, No field? No fly!, May-June, page 12
Airplane Towing
R.N. Chapman, Airplane towing rules, May-June, page 6
Australia
Australian tragedy, March-April, page 16

B     (up to table of contents)

Bird Flight
J.H. Storer, Soaring birds, January-February, page 13

C     (up to table of contents)

Canada
Welcome Canadians, January-February, pages preceding 1
J.A. Simpson, The Soaring Association of Canada, January-February, page 1
B.S. Shenstone, The DFS Reiher, July-August, page 5
B.S. Shenstone, The DFS Reiher, continued, September-October, page 4
CG 10-A
CG 10-A, January-February, page 8
Competitions
A. Dawydoff, Elmira, 1945, September-October, page 2
Conferences and Conventions
A. Raspet, ed., The 1945 motorless flight conference, November-December, page 1
Cross-Country Soaring
J. Illaszewicz, High altitude and distance, May-June, page 11

G     (up to table of contents)

Gliders
The Hamilcar was essential, March-April, pages preceding 1
A.B. Schultz, The Midwest utility, March-April, page 6
W. Czerwinski, Utility gliders and their design, March-April, page 8
R.H. Rush, The commercial cargo glider, May-June, page 2
W. Czerwinski, The Robin, May-June, page 8
T.M. Boyer, Cargo gliders in the Army, July-August, page 2
The CG-17, September-October, page 9
The XCG-16, September-October, page 9
E.H. Rowley, A design for power soaring, November-December, page 14
Great Britain
The Hamilcar was essential, March-April, pages preceding 1
T. Horsley, Standing wave, from Aeronautics, March-April, page 12

H     (up to table of contents)

History
W.B. Klemperer, Contributions of gliding and soaring to aviation, March-April, page 4

K     (up to table of contents)

Kirby Kadet
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 7, March-April, page 14
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 8, May-June, page 14
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 9, November-December, page 3

L     (up to table of contents)

Literature
C.J. Bonnell, Glider glossary, January-February, page 7
End man on the rope, Moe, July-August, page 11

M     (up to table of contents)

Meteorology
T. Horsley, Standing wave, from Aeronautics, March-April, page 12
K.O. Lange, Thermals at low altitudes, September-October, page 10
Midwest
A.B. Schultz, The Midwest utility, March-April, page 6
Military Uses of Gliders
The Hamilcar was essential, March-April, pages preceding 1
T.M. Boyer, Cargo gliders in the Army, July-August, page 2
End man on the rope, Moe, July-August, page 11
Moswey III
Moswey III, November-December, page 4

O     (up to table of contents)

Obituaries
Randall K. Chapman, September-October, page 13

P     (up to table of contents)

Performance Calculations
H.T. Nagamatsu and M. Masaki, General glider performance, November-December, page 8
Petry, L.V.
Gliding and airline piloting, January-February, page 5
Pick-Up Launching
CG-13 snatch, March-April, page 10
Powered Aircraft
L.V. Petry, Gliding and airline piloting, January-February, page 5
Pratt-Read LNE-1
H.S. Barnaby, The LNE-1, November-December, page 2

R     (up to table of contents)

Record Flights
J.A. and R. Simpson, A glimpse of the future, September-October, page 8
Reiher
B.S. Shenstone, The DFS Reiher, July-August, page 5
B.S. Shenstone, The DFS Reiher, continued, September-October, page 4
Robin
W. Czerwinski, The Robin, May-June, page 8
Rush, R.H.
The commercial cargo glider, May-June, page 8

S     (up to table of contents)

Safety
Australian tragedy, March-April, page 16
Sites
O. Hoefner, No field? No fly!, May-June, page 12
W. Tracy, Arizona soaring, November-December, page 13
Soaring Society of America
Soaring Magazine
T.M. Boyer, New editor, January-February, page 17
Switzerland
T.H. Heimgartner, Swiss glider constructions, July-August, page 8

T     (up to table of contents)

TG-4A
R.N. Chapman, The TG-4A, January-February, page 10
Theory of Soaring Flight
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 7, March-April, page 14
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 8, May-June, page 14
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 9, November-December, page 3
Training
W.B. Hammond, A training aid, January-February, page 4
J. Robinson, Two-place glider training, March-April, page 1
At last - a school, March-April, page 20

W     (up to table of contents)

Winch Towing
H. Vernon and Z. Savage, The glider tow, November-December, page 16

None     (up to table of contents)

No subject
B. Shupack, ed., We must cooperate, May-June, page 1
B. Shupack, ed., The value of glider time, July-August, page 1
B. Shupack, ed., Opportunity for research, September-October, page 1


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