This journal is a must for those interested in early aircraft. It offers histories, photographs, construction drawings, engine information, performance data, colour discussions and many other articles. Additionally there is information about current restoration projects or replica builds, cockpit photos even a wants and disposals where you can pick up the odd engine/propeller/airframe should you be so inclined.
The average issue is so jam-packed that I only intend to list some of what is in this current issue, otherwise the next one will be out before I finish doing so.
Part 2 of a most interesting look at Samuel Cody and the aircraft he built and flew with some excellent images
A technical look at the Farman F.40
A look inside the cockpit of a Bre.14 complete with tecnical drawings of the instrument panel and close up shots of the altimeter and fuel gauge. Handy if you've an urge to superdetail the HiTech kit
A collection of photos of early Hungarian engines
Plus there's still so much more to pore over. WW1 Aero is a quarterly publication with so much aircraft detail in each issue that it can't help but build up into a great resource. As far as I know it is only available through subscription at the cost of $30 USD a year from:
WW1 Aeroplanes Inc 15 Crescent Rd Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 USA
I highly recommend it... it's a "bumper book of reading"
Note: Anyone interested in Golden Age aircraft, the publishers also produce a sister publication called Skyways.