Aeronautics: Cockburn-Lange Controversy

Familiar to U. S. aviation enthusiasts is the collection of aerial warfare photographs exhibited the past three years by a Mrs. Gladys Cockburn-Lange, reputedly the remarried widow of a British Royal Flying Corps officer shot down in France. The pictures, some 60 in all, are amazing views of British and German planes in close combat. A few show such spectacular views as two planes colliding in midair; a German pilot falling from his flaming plane; most extraordinary of all, a British plane losing its wings as its pilot looped in exuberance over...

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