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From Ali Nuove 7/1954,

some new ideas offered by Italian amateurs for future aircraft.
 

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And the last three are from 8/1954;
 

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And from Ali Nuove 4/1954.
 

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From Ali Nuove 5/1954,

many new ideas,but the fourth one was a mystery.
 

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Also from Ali Nuove 6/1954,

please note the fourth one also.
 

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From Ali Nuove 1/1955.
 

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Hi,

https://gizmodo.com/23-amazing-soviet-visions-for-the-future-of-transportat-1566015295
 

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From Icare 1961.
 

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From Icare 1963.
 

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From Icare 1964.
 

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1. From missiles and rockets november 1959 - the missile train "a la le tourneau" artist Frank Tinsley

2. Le journal de Spirou 1957 N0989-N0998 page 287 - ornithopter artist Frank Tinsley
 

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English Channel Tunnel Vintage Design (machine translation does not want to write the word "LaMansh Strait"). English Journal for Schoolchildren Practical Mechanics. Gorgeous graphics: huge metal pipes are immersed on cables under water. The magazine is absolutely unknown in Russia. I found it here yesterday on the site of american vintage radio magazines:

PRACTICAL MECHANICS: UK do-it-yourself magazine 1933-1963
 

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English Channel Tunnel Vintage Design (machine translation does not want to write the word "LaMansh Strait"). English Journal for Schoolchildren Practical Mechanics. Gorgeous graphics: huge metal pipes are immersed on cables under water. The magazine is absolutely unknown in Russia. I found it here yesterday on the site of american vintage radio magazines:

PRACTICAL MECHANICS: UK do-it-yourself magazine 1933-1963
This is depicting a way underwater traffic tunnels are constructed. Many years ago, I stumbled across a fascinating photo essay documenting the construction of the I-95 Tunnel under the Baltimore Harbor. The tunnels were built in sections and floated out to the construction site where they were submerged. I cannot post a link because I've not seen that essay again. (I'm sure it was lost in the mad dash to protect us from the 9/11 Boogeymen.) From what I remember, the sections were not round tubes, but complex shapes that housed two traffic tubes and associated access/ventilation/electrical tubes. The pictures had caught my attention because they could easily have been modified to depict a large sci-fi spacecraft under construction.
 

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:) The end of this "decadence": Hugo Gernsback magazines. 113-116 Helicopter is building a house. The project of course 1925-1930. 54-58 The first projects of space stations and spacecraft in the Western press. 1925-1930. 21-25 Magazine of the era of the First World War. Robot soldiers in the army. The inscription on the magazine is automatic soldiers. 9-10 Magazine of the era of the First World War. Projects of colossal tanks.

The collection of these masterpieces is here. Many thanks to the Americans. They scanned and laid out this beauty.

ELECTRICAL EXPERIMENTER - SCIENCE + INVENTION - Early science and electronic journals
 

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From L'Air Revue 1928,

a two idea for save aircraft,in foreground a Germany concept and background an American
parachute for aircraft.
 

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From L'Air Revue 1937,

here is a stability concept for Mr. Georges Barbaudy.
 

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From L'Air Revue 1942,

here is a strangest agricultural hypothetical aircraft,called "Le Cérès".
 

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From L'Air 1943.
 

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Here is a look like the movie "Air Force One".
 

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From L'Air 1949.
 

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From the Discopter thread:
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(h/t Michel Van)
 

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From L'Air Revue 1943,

here is a strange concept by its time.
 

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From Aviation Francaise 1945,

here is a two strange ideas,from Mr. Max Cosyus and Mr. Ananoff ?.
 

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It had been a long time since I had come to this topic. It's a bit monomaniac I know (and, in addition, I have already shown it 2 times on other forum topics), but it would be a shame that it is missing on such a subject.

On the cover of Bill Barnes Air Adventurer of April 1935, we can see a flying Payen Pa.101 ;)
 

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From Aviation Francaise 1945,
here is a two strange ideas,from Mr. Max Cosyus and Mr. Ananoff ?.
Ananoff was a French author, specialist in astronautics. Obviously, the rocket designs were made by Ananoff.
There was a Belgian scientist named Max Cosyns (and not Cosyus) who climbed to 16,200 meters with a stratospheric balloon in 1932.
I think the photo of Cosyns represents only the background and that the "Stratoplane" (maybe designed by Ananoff) was inserted by Ananoff to illustrate his article.
AFAIK, there has never been a flying "stratoplane" as represented in the article.
 

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[/QUOTE]Ananoff was a French author, specialist in astronautics. Obviously, the rocket designs were made by Ananoff[/QUOTE]

This page is from the book " L'Astronautique " written by the well known Ananoff . In his book , he described many previous "projects" about astronautic : Among them , the Max Valier proposals : this one is a Max Valier "project" (sketch by Römer) .

Valier rocket (Römer).jpg

Max Valier.jpg
 
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