Somewhere In Sahara 1928

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  • This flight began on November 3 1928.

    "Campbell stood with son Donald (?)" - yes, that's Donald Campbell.

    "and co-pilot" - the co-pilot is Flight Lieut D Don.

    "holding his little girl" - that's Jean Campbell.

    Malcolm Campbell's wife, Dorothy, is also visible with him at 00:20.

    "seat of the aeroplane" - the aircraft is a De Havilland DH60G Gipsy Moth, Reg. No. G-AAAJ.

    Some of this footage is repeated in clip 748.25.

    jamied 26th Jun 2012

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