The meeting is at the National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center on the Hangar Floor Level, Classroom 2a and2b
The remaining issues of Volume 33, for Summer, Autumn and Winter, are indeed progressing.
Volume 33 #2, the Summer 2018 issue, edited by Hannes Täger, has shipped, and you should have it in your hands momentarily. Contents include:
Franz Büchner The Lion of Liepzig - Hannes Täger presents the biography of this successful Saxon ace.
Wilhelm Frankl - The difficult handling of a Tradition Bearer - Jorg Muckler presents investigates the complex workings of preserving the memory of a national hero.
Bavarian Aviators Adventure in the Syrian Desert - A rare first person narrative presents a riveting account of adventures in Palestine and the dangers which all fliers in the region faced.
Some News about Ernst Frieherr von Althaus - New research by Hannes Täger follows the biography of this early German ace which previously appeared in Over the Front.
A Grave of French Airmen near Nauroy in the Champagne - The story behind the grave of a downed French aircrew and a recent pilgrimage to honor their service,
Charlie Walthall's Tangible Links column takes on a Germanic flavor this issue with a study of some interesting personal items from Carl Allmenroder and Wilhelm Frankl,
Plus, Peter Kilduff's Between the Bookends.
Volume 33, #3, the Autumn issue, edited by Mike O'Neal, has started to arrive as well.
Biff Ace-Temporary Captain George William Bulmer, chronicled by his grandson Gary Bulmer, Nick Forder and John Kenyon.
Kaiserliche Und Königliche Luftfahrtruppen-Airmen from Slovakia, by Juraj Cervenka.
1/Lt. John Sherman Beekley, Escadrille SPA bi-42 by Andrew Waldo and Michael O'Neal.
Dedication and Remembrance - the 2018 League Seminar
Bristol Fighter Resurrection by Ross Walton
Also the regular articles and columns.
The Winter 2018 issue should be getting the initial review shortly, and proceeding to layout now the Autumn issue has been completed. The Issue Editor for the Spring 2019 (Vol. 34 #1) is already at work on that, so it may actually be out in the Spring.
The Isle of Jersey has announced the issue of a set of six stamps commemorating World War I aviation, and featuring the work of League member and frequent cover illustrator Russell Smith