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Europe.. U.S.S.R...... Molucca Isles..... ...Asia....... Netherlands..... Monaco..........

Europe..... Principality ..... Mongolia.....

Asia

China. Moravia

Germany........

Europe.. Ulaya.......... . Morocco (French)..... Africa ... French Protect.... Morocco (Spanish).....Africa... Spanish Protect. Morocco (Intern. Zone) Africa... Intern. Protect.... Mozambique......

Africa

Portugal......... Mysore (India).... Asia. ...

Semi-Indep'd't.... Natal..............

Africa... British Empire. ... Nejd The...... . Asia

Kingdom Nepal................

Asia..... Kingdom...... Netherlands..

Europe..., Kingdom... Netherland Indies.. Asia

Netherlands. New Brunswick.... No America.. British Empire.. New Caledonia........

Australasia France......... Newfoundland.

No. America. British Empire.... New Guinea, British... Oceania ....... British Mandate.. New Hebrides (Isl.).... Australasia.... Fr. & Brit. Prot... New South Wales ...... Australia..... British Empire.... New Zealand .......... Australasia.... British Empire... Nicaragua....... Cent. Amer Republic......... Niger ..........

Africa ..... France.. Nigeria ......

Africa ........

British Empire.... 14: ::... Northern Ireland.. Europe... British Empire... Northern Territory ... Australia... British Empire... N. W. Territory...

No. America.. British Empire. Norway...

Europe....... Kingdom........ Nova Scotia.....

No. America British Empire.. Nyasaland Prot.

Africa.....

British Empire.... Oldenburg ......

Europe....... Germany........ Oman..........

Asia .......... Kingdom......... Ontario. ...,

No. America.. British Empire.... Orange Free State... Africa ........

British Empire. ... Orkney Isles....

Europe.... British Empire, ... Palestine......

Asia........ British Mandate Panama......

So. America... Republic... Papua......

Oceania ....... British Empire.... Paraguay .....

.. So. America... Republic......... Persia (see Iran)

So, America... Republic.....
Poland (inc. Teschen). Europe....... Republic.....
Portugal. ...

Europe....... Republic
Prince Edward Isl..... NO. America.. British Empir
Principe & St. Thoma Africa..... Portugal......
Prussia ......

Europe.......

Germany Punjab, India...

Asla...

Semi-Indep'd't.... Quebec .......

NO, America, British Empire.. Queensland..

Australia. .... British Empire, Rajputana....

Asia.

Eritish Empire. ... Reunion..

... Indian Ocean, . France......... Rhodesia, Northern... Africa

British Empire. ... Rhodesia, Southern Africa........

British Empire.... Riau-Lingga Arch...... Asía....., Netherlands..... Rumanla......

Europe

Kingdom.
Russia (see U.S.S.R.)
Russia (pre-war)... Europe-Asia... Empire......
Saarland ..........

Europe

Germany......... St. Helena ........

Africa ....... British Empire..., St. Pierre Islands

No. America.. France Sakhalin Island (So)... Asia.

Japan.... Salvador..

Cent. Amer... Republic Samoa, Western... Oceania...... British Mandate,, San Marino .......

Europe .......

Republic Sarawak........

Asia

British Empire.... Sardinia .......

Europe .......

Italy ...... .... Saskatchewan...

No. America, British Empire.... Saxony....

Furope ...

Germany........ Schaumburg-Lippe.. Europe....

Germany..... Scotland ........

Europe... British Empire, .. Senegal....

Africa..... France. Serbia (pre-war)... Europe..

Yugo-Slavia ...... Seychelles Islands.. Africa

British Empire... Shetland Isles....

Europe... British Empire.... Siam (see Thailand) Sicily .............

Europe....

Italy ........... . Sierra Leone..... Africa.. British Empire.... Sikkim (India)....

Semi-Indep'd't... Slovakia..........

Europe... Republic ....... Slovenia ........... .

Europe......

Yugo-Slavia ......
Society Isles, etc.. Oceania...... France.
Solomon Islands, Brit.. Oceania... British Protect. , ,
Somaliland, British .... Africa.... British Empire....

French, ... Africa.... France..........
Italian..... Africa....

Italy ............. Soudan, Ang.-Egyptian Africa.... British Empire.... South Australa... Australia British Empire.. South West Africa.... Africa...

British Mandate. Spain............,

Europe ....

Republic........ Spitzbergen....... Europe.

Norway Straite Settlements Asia..... British Empire... Sudan (French) ..... Africs ... France... Sudetenland.,...

Europe..

Germany.... Sumatra..

Asla

Netherlands. Swaziland .........

Africa... British Empire..., Sweden...........

Europe.......

Kingdom......... Switzerland....

Europe....... Republic........

9,926 27,925

2.818 14,836 6,253

1,520 375,000 68,000

8,492 194,000 969.600 380.070 317,725 196,607 24,290

1.3561 590,966

8.721 164,143

6.7051 173,347 15,944

POPULATION, AREA OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES-Continued
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Popula. Capital or Chief

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City Syria and the Lebanon Asia. .... French Mandate.. 57,900 3,630.000 Belrut Tadzhik .....

U.S.S.R..........

55,040 1.332,700 Stalinabad Tanganyika.. ....Africa ..., British Mandate.. 360,000 5,270,484 Dar-es-Salaam Tangier ....

Africa...
Internationalized..

225

60,000 Tangler Tasmania.. Australasta... British Empire. ...

26,215 241,576 Hobart Thailand (Slat ...Asia ...... Kingdom.......

221,898 15,976,000 Bangkok Thuringia...

Europe......
Germany.....

4,541 1,760,595 Weimar Thibet.....

Asia..
China......

463,200 3,000,000 Lhasa Timor Arch

Portugal....

7,330 463,796 Dilly Tobago.... West Indi British Empire..

114

25,358 Port of Spain Togoland... Africa... French Mandate.

21,893 780,497 Lome Togoland.

Africa.. British Mandate.. 13,041 391,473 Lome
Tonga (Frie
Oceania... British Protect..

256

33,785 Nukualota Tonkin.....

Asis..... French Protect... 40,530 8,970.464 Hanoi
Transjordan.

Asia......
Palestine......

37,470 300,000 Amman Transvaal..

Africa.....

British Empire... 110,450 3,535,100 Pretoria
Trinidad....
West Indies... British Empire....

1.862) 473,455 Port au Spain Tunis......

France...

48,313 2,608,313 Tunis Turkey.... Europe-Asla... Republic.....

294,416 17,869,901 Ankara Turkey (pre-war). Europe-Asia... Sultanate...

710,224 21,273,900 Constantinople Turkoman.. Asia ..........U.S.S.R.....

171.384 1,268,900 Ashkhabad Turks & Caicos Isla nds West Indies... British Empire

166

5,300 Grand Turk, .S.S.R...........

Europe-Asia... Soviet Republic... 8,819,791 192,695,710 MOSCOW Uganda Prot..... Africa........ British. .......

93,381 3,790,689 Entebbe
Ulster (see Ireland, Northern)
Ukraine.....::::.

Europe...
U.S.S.R.....

170,998 31,901,400 Klev Union of So. Africa Africa ...... British Empire.

472,550 10,160,000 Pretoria United Kingdom... Europe.....

Kingdom....

94,2791 46,213,169 London Uruguay .............. So. America... [Republic.....

72,1531 2,146,545 Montevideo Uzbek...... Asia. ..... U.S.S.R.....

66,392 5,044,300 Tashkent Vatican City, State Europe.......

Papal State....

1.6

1,025 Vatican City Venezuela...... So. America... Republic..

352,170 3,491,159 Caracas Victoria........

Australia..... Brit
British Empire..

87,884 1,887,278 Melbourne
Wales........
Europe....... British Empire...

8,012 2,593,014 Cardiff West Australia.

Australia... British Empire... 975,920 465,916 Perth
White Russia

Europe..
U.S.S.R........

49,022 5,439, 400 Minsk Windward Islands West Indies. British Empire.

821 259,742 St. George's Wurttemberg....

Europe.......
Germany....

7,532 2,907,166 Stuttgart Yemen ...........

Asia..........
Kingdom.....

75,000 3.500,000 Sanaa
Yugoslavia....
Europe....... Kingdom...

95,558 16,200,000 Belgrade Yukon ..... No. America.. British Empire. ... 207.0761

4,230 Dawson Zanzibar.......... JAfrica........ British Empire. ...

1,020 235,428 Zanzibar The Berlin-Rome-Tokio Axis Germany. Japan and Italy signed in Berlin Article Four-With the view to implementing the (Sept. 27, 1940) a ten-year military and economic I present pact, joint technical commissions, memtreaty-the Treaty of Berlin-by which they pooled bers which are to be appointed by the respective their totalitarian armaments and pledged to help I governments of Germany, Italy and Japan, will * one another against the United States if one of | meet without delay. them becomes involved with America. The official Article Five-Germany, Italy and Japan affirm English translation of the treaty follows:

that the aforesaid terms do not in any way affect The governments of Germany, Italy and Japan, the political status which exists at present as beconsidering it as a condition precedent of any tween each of the three contracting parties and lasting peace that all nations of the world be given Soviet Russia. each its own proper place, have decided to stand Article Six-The present pact shall come into by and cooperate with one another in regard to effect immediately upon signature and shall remain their efforts in Greater East Asia and regions of in force ten years from the date of its coming into Europe respectively wherein it is their prime pur force. At the proper time before expiration of said pose to establish and maintain a new order of term the high contracting parties shall at the rethings calculated to promote the mutual prosperity quest of any of them enter into negotiations for its and welfare of the peoples concerned.

renewal. Furthermore, it is the desire of the three govern In faith whereof, the undersigned, duly authorments to extend cooperation to such nations in ized by their respective governments, have signed other spheres of the world as may be inclined to this pact and have affixed hereto their signatures. put fourth endeavors along lines similar to their Done in triplicate at Berlin, the 27th day of own, in order that their ultimate aspirations for September, 1940, In the eighteenth year of the world peace may thus be realized.

Fascist era, corresponding to the 27th day of the Accordingly, the governments of Germany, Italy ninth month of the fifteenth year of Showa (the and Japan have agreed as follows:

reign of Emperor Hirohito). Article One-Japan recognizes and respects the Hungary joined the Axis (Nov. 20, 1940), Rumania leadership of Germany and Italy in establishment (NOV. 23) and Slovakia (Nov. 24). Bulgaria signed of a new order in Europe.

as a member (March 1, 1941). Yugoslavia attached Article Two-Germany and Italy recognize and its signature (March 25) with the provision that respect the leadership of Japan in the establish | Axis troops should not march through the country ment of a new order in Greater East Asia.

and that its sovereignty and territorial integrity Article Three-Germany, Italy and Japan agree should be respected. The regime that signed the to cooperate in their efforts on aforesaid lines. pact with the Axis was overthrown two days later They further undertake to assist one another with and the new Cabinet did not ratify the agreement. all political, economic and military means when The subjugation of Yugoslavia by the Axis powers one of the three contracting powers is attacked by followed. Croatia, carved from a part of vana power at present not involved in the European quished Yugoslavia, joined the Axis (June 15. war or in the Chinese-Japanese conflict.

1941) in a ceremony in Venice. The Average Father of 32,000,000 in the U. S. Statisticians of the Census Bureau picture the or non-emergency work. average of 32,000,000 fathers in the United States If he works in an industrial establishment his as follows:

yearly wage is about $1,100 or $1,200 a year. Age: 44.

It is 9 to 1 he is white and 3 to 2 he is a native The odds are 9 to 1 that he is a married man American whose parents were born here. living with his wife and has one to two children He spends about $1,200 a year for family purliving at home. The rest of the fathers are mostly chases in retail stores, he worries over & $480 widowers and a very small sprinkling of divorced annual tax bill. males.

About 2,250,000 fathers each year have the thrill The chances are 3 to 2 that he will live in a city of a childbirth in the home, about 25,000 of which of 2,500 or more.

| involve twins, 274 triplets and 2 quadruplets. The odds are 8 to 1 that he has a job in privatel One father in the United States has 27 children.

Population of Important Foreign Cities

Italy......

Russia....

Source: Latest census figures and latest oficial estimates City Country Pop. City Country Pop. ( City Country Pop. Adelaide.... Australia.. 322,990||Genos...... Italy...... 659,665 Jodessa. ..... Russia.... 604,223 Agra.....

India..... 229,764 Glasgow.... Scotland.. 1,126,000 Oporto...... Portugal. 232,280 Ahmedabad. India.. 313,789 Gorky.... Russia.. 644,116 Osaka, Gr'tr. Japan..... 3,394,200 Alexandria.. Egypt..... 682,101 Gothenburg. Sweden...

2 0,602 Oslo...... Norway ... 253,124 Algiers......Algeria.... 252,321 Graz......

210,175 Palermo.....Italy... 434,311 Altona...... Germany.. 241,970 The Hague.. Holland... 495.185 Para...... Brazil... 279,491 Amritsar... India..... 264.840 Hakodate... Japan..... 226,500: Paris..... France.... 2,829,746 Amsterdam Holland... 793,526 Halle.......Germany.. 220,364 Paris, G't'r.. France....4,933.855 Amoy.......China.... 234,159 Hamburg ... Germany.. 1,682,220 Pelping ..... China..... 1,556,364 Antwerp.... Belgium... 274,406 Hanchow... China..... 506,930 Pernambuco Brazil..... 472,764 Akershus.... Norway... 236.939 Hankow. China

777,993 Perth....... Australia.. 224.800 Athens...... Greece.... 652,385 Hanover.. Germany. 472,527 Piraeus..... Greece.... 328,299 Auckland... N. Zealand 221,500 Harbin... Manch' k'o 330,436 Plymouth... England... 210,460 Avellaneda. . Argentina. 386,000 Havana... Cuba

568,913 Poona ...... India..... 233,885 Bagdad..... Iraq...... 499,410 Helsinki.... Finland... 293, 237 Porto Alegre Brazil.....1 321,628 Bahia....... Brazil, .... 363,726 Hiroshima... Japan..... 340,100 Portsmouth. England... 256,200 Baku ....... Russia.... 809,347 Hong Kong. . China..... 1.028,619 Poznan.....Poland....! 268.800 Bangalore... India

306,470 Howrah..... Indig..... 224,873 Prague. .....Cz'choslov 848,823 Bangkok.... Thailand.. 931,170 Hsinking.... Manch'k'o 360,294 Rangoon....Burma.. 400,415 Barcelona ... Spain..... 1,399,000 Hull........ England... 319.400 Recite...... Brazil.....

472,464 Batavia..... Java...... 437.000 Hyderabad.. India..... 466,894 Riga......

Latvis.... 393,211 Belfast...... Ireland.... 438,112 Istanbul....Turkey.... 789,346 RIO Janeiro. .Brazil...../1.711.466 Belgrade....Yugo-Slav. 405,000 Johan'sburg. U.of S. Afr. 257,671 Rome. ......

. 1,348700 Benares.....Indla..... 205,315 Kalyuan.... Manch'k'o 317.520 Rosario. Argentina 514,613 Berlin, Gr'ır Germany.. 4,332,242 Karachi... India.....

263,565 Rostov. Russia

520,700 Birmingham England... 1,029,700 Kassel.... Germany.. 217,085 Rotterdam. Holland... 612,372 Bochum.... Germany.. 303, 208 Kazan.... Russia.... 258.700 Salford .... England... 201.800 Bogota..... Colombia.. 330,312 Kharkov.. Russis.... 833,432 Saloniki..... Greece.. 236,524 Bologna. .... Italy...... 318,444 Kiel..... Germany.. 272,311 Santiago....Chile....

829,830 Bombay.... India..... 1,161,383 Kiev ..... . Russia.... 846,293 Sao Paulo...Brazil... 1,151,249 Bordeaux... France.... 258,348 Kobe....... Japan.

1,006,100 Saratov.. Russia. 327,500 Bradford.... England... 289,510 Konigsberg. . Germany..! 368,433 Sendal... Japan.....1

219,547 Bremen... Germany.. 342.113 Kure..... Japan..... 262,300 Seoul.... Korea.....

706,396 Breslau ..... Germany..!

615,006 Kyoto....

Japan. 1,177,200 Sevilla...... Spain..... 238,727 Brisbane... Australia.. 326.000 Labore. ... India.. 429,747 Shanghai.. China. ... 3,489,998 Bristol. ..... England... 415,100 La Paz Bolivia....

250.000 Shefeld.. England... 518, 200 Brno....... Cz'choslov 264,925 La Plata... Argentina.. 268,000 Shizuoka.... Japan..... 200.737 Brunswick. Gerinany. 201,306 Leeds

England. 491,880 Singapore... Straits Set. 727.564 Brus'ls, G't'r. Belgium... 912,774 Leicester.... England... 262,900 Soerabaya... Dutch E. I. 313,000 Bucharest... Rumania. I 640,511 Leipzig . ., Germany..

701,606 Sotia ...... Bulgaris... 287,095 Budapest Leningrad... Russis.... 3,191,304 Soochow....

China.....

260,000 G't'r ..... Hungary.. (1,585,678 Lille...... France....

200.575 Stalingrad...

388,000 Buenos Aires Argentina. 2,364,263 Lima..... Peru......

500.000 stallno..... Russia....

285,500 Cairo....... Egypt..... 1,307,422 Lisbon.... Portugal.. 594,390 Stettin...... Germany.. 268,915 Calcutta.... India,...1,485,582 Liverpool. England. 836,300 Stockholm.. Sweden.... 583,621 Canton ..... China.....

861,024 Lodz

Poland. 665,200 Stoke-on-T.. England. 272,800 Cape Town. U. 8. of Afr. 173,412 Lond'n. Gr'tr England... 8,655,000 Stuttgart....Germany.. 459,538 Caracas..... Venezuela 300.000 Lucknow.... India

274,659 Sverdlovsk.. Russia.... 400,800 Cardily......Wales..... 224,850 Lwow.... Poland.... 317,700 Sydney ..... Australia. 1,305.040 Catania..... Italy...... 244,972 Lyons.... France....

570,622 Tabriz......Iran...... 219,000 Cawnpore... India 243,755 Madras... India.....

647.230 Taihoku.... Formosa.. 274,157 Chemnitz... Germany..

334,563' Madrid..... Spain..... 1,194,000 Tashkent... Russia.... 585,005 Chungk1ng..China..... 635,000 Magdeburg, Germany.. 334,358 Tel:ran .....Iran ...... 360.000 Cologne..... Germany.. 768,4261 Manchester England... 736,500 Tientsin.... China...., 11,292,025 Colombo.... Ceylon.... 284,155 Mannheim .. Germany.. 283,801 Titlis..... . Georgia, R. 519,175 Copenhagen, Denmark.. 843,168 Marseilles... France.... 914,232 Tokio. G't'r. Japan..... 7,094,600 ('ordoba....!Argentina. 288,916 Melbourne.. i Australia.. 1,046,750' Toronto. ....Canada... 631,207 Cracow..... Poland.. 254,600 Messina..... Italy...... 192,051 Toulouse.... France.... 213.220 Croydon... England... 242,300 Mexico City, Mexico.... 1.754,355 Trieste...... Italy..... 261.368 Dairen..... Kwantung. 282,665 Milan....... Italy...... 1.219, 240 Tsingtao ... China... 514,769 Danzig.... Free State 415,000 Montevideo, Uruguay.. 682,664 Tunis....... Tunisia.. 219,578 Delhi...... India..... 447,442 Montreal, ...Canada... 818,577 Turin.......

698,096 Dne' p'tr'ysk Russia.... 500.662 Moscow.... Russla.... 4,137,018 Valencia ....Spain.... 352.802 Dortmund, Germany.. 537,000 Mukden,... Manch'k'o 772,017 Valparaiso Chile...... 263,228 Dresden..., Germany.. 625,174 Munich... Germany.. | 828,325 Vancouver.. Canada...1 308,340 Dublin. .....Ireland.... 482.300 Nagasaki.. Japan..... 230.800 Venice...... Italy...... 285,833 Duisburg... Germany.. 431.256 Nagoya.... .. Japan..... 1,249,100 Vienna...... Germany..1,918,462 Dusseldorf.. Germany.. 539,905 Nagpur... India..... 215,165 Wanhsein ... China.... 210.837 Edinburgh Scotland.. 468,500 Nanking .. ..China..... 1,019,148 Warsaw.....Poland....1,265, 700 Essen....... Germany..

659,871 Naples. ... .. Italy...... 925,325 Wenchow...China..... 631 276 Florence.... Italy......

354,975 Newcastle... England... 290,400 West Ham. England... 259,500 Foochow.... China.....

322,725 Nice........

France

241,916 Winnipeg ...Canada.. 280, 202 Frankfort... Germany.. 546,649 Ningpo..... China..... 218,774 Wuppertal, Germany.. 398,009 Fukuoka....Japan.....

322,000 Nottingham. England... 278,800 Yawata.....Japan..... 243.500 Fushun..... Monch'k'o 295,036 Novosibirsk Russia.... 278.000 Yokohama.. Japan..... 866,200 Gelsink'ch'n.Germany. 1 313,003 Nurnberg ... Germany..! 430.8511Zurich...... Switzerla!! 330,000

United States Trade with Latin-American Countries
Source: Statistical Year-Book of the League of Nations; in American dollars
Millions of dol.

Mulions of dol. Commodity

Commodity 1938 1939 1940

1938 1939 1940 Total Exports.... 489.7 562.5 718,5 Bituminous coal....

3.0 5.1 8.7 Iron and steel mill products, 40.1 61.6 115.3 Aircraft, including parts..

12.0 10.3 7.5 Automobiles.., 67.6 69.6 74.5 All other..

94.1 112.5 148.4 Industrial machinery ..... 53.1 56.3 74.3 Total Imports.

447.4 495.8 593.0 Chemical products........ 28.7 39.2 55.2 Coffee....

133.8 136.2 124.3 Textile manufactures.. 31.2 41.8 48.2 Cane sugar........

79.7 75.0 69.7 Electrical mach. and apparatus 31.4 34.1 40.6 Copper ...........

26.6 30.11 51.9 Rice, flour, other veg. prod.

34.7 34.5
Crude petrol., semi

18.9 23.3 47.6 28.3 28.5 25.7Raw wool.

7.8 17.1 Crude petrol., refined olls.....

46.7 Paper and paper materials .... 7.7 10.8 22.7 Hides and skins....

9.8 19.0 24.4 14.7 Meats, fats, milk, edib. animal pr

17.8
d
19.8

12.1
Cocoa ..........

13.2 13.1 Agricultural implements ...... 21.9i 16.2 14.4 Sodium nitrate.......

| 10.7 11.2 12,5 Lumber and wood products...... 12.8 13.5 13.5 All other.......

148.0 170.7 202.8 Rubber and manufactures..... 8.4 10.7 12.31

Italy.....

07-549 hans gone

AVIATION

International Aeronautical Records Source: The National Aeronautic Association, duPont Circle, Washington, D. C., representative in the United States of the Federal Aeronautique Internationale, world sport governing body for aeronautics. The officers of the association are: Charles F. Horner, president; George B. Logan, vicepresident; William R. Enyart, secretary, and John H. Jouett, treasurer. The International Aeronautical Federation was formed (1905) by representatives from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and the United States, with headquarters in Paris. Regulations for the control of official records were signed (Oct. 14, 1905). Thirty-eight countries were members of the association (1939). The records presented here are as of Oct. 1. 1941. World records are defined as maximum performance, regardless of class or type of aircraft used. Records accepted by the Federation follow:

WORLD AIR RECORDS Maximum speed over a 3-kilometer course (1.864 miles)-755.138 km, p. h. (469.220 m. p. h.)-Fritz Wendel, Germany, April 26, 1939.

Distance airline - 11,520.421 kilometers (7, 158.440 miles)-Squadron Leader R. Kellett, Flight Lt. R. T. Gething and Pilot Officer M. L. Caine (one plane); Flight Lt, A. N. Combe, Flight Lt, B. K. Burnett and Sergt. H. B. Gray (second plane); Great Britain, Nov. 5-7, 1938.

Altitude 22,066 meters (72,394.795 feet) Anderson and Stevens, United States, November 11, 1935.

All other records, international in scope, are termed International records and are divided into classes, free balloons, airships, airplanes, seaplanes, amphibians, gliders, and helicopters. In the following tables categories are used and are defined as:

Light airplanes

Light seaplanes
Engine cylinder displacement

Engine cylinder displacement Ist category.... ....397-549 cubic inches

397-549 cubic inches 2nd category. ...244-397 cubic inches

Less than 397 cubic inches 3rd category....

.. 122-244 cubic inches 4th category.... ... Less than 122 cubic inches

None AIRPLANES (Class C) Distance closed circuit (International)-12,935.770 kilometers (8,037.899 miles)-Angelo Tondi, Roberto Dagasso and Ferruccio Vignoli, Aldo Stagliano, Italy, July 30-31-Aug. 1, 1939. (United States)-5.036 kilometers (3.129.219 miles)-Major C. V. Haynes and Capt. W. D. Old, U. S. A., A. C. pilots: Capt. W. G. Bryte, Lt. A. C. Brandt, Sergt. A. Cattarius, Sergt. D. L. Spicer and Corp. J. E. Sands, U. S. A., A. O., crew; Dayton, O., Aug. 1-2, 1939.

Distance airline (International)-11,520.421 kilometers (7,158.440 miles)---Squadron Leader R. Kellett. Pusht Lt. R. T. Gething and Pilot Officer M. L. Gaine (one plane); Flight Lt. A. N. Combe, Flight Lt. B. K. Burnett and Sergt. H. B. Gray (second plane); Great Britain, Nov. 5-7, 1938. (United States) 8.065.736 kilometers (5,011.800 miles)-Russell N. Boardman and John Polando, from Brooklyn, N. Y.. to Istanbul, Turkey, July 28-30, 1931.

Altitude Internatlonal)-17,083 meters (56,046.473 feet)-Col. Mario Pezzi. Italy. Oct. 22. 1938 (United States)-13.157 meters (42,165.880 feet)-Lt. Apollo Souceck, Anacostia, D. C.. June 4. 1930.

Maximum speed (International) Speed 755.138 km. p. h. (469.22- m. p. h.)-Fritz Wendel. Germany. April 26, 1939. (United States)-speed 567.115 km. p. h. (352.388 m. p. h.)-Howard R. Hughes, Santa Ana, Calif., Sept. 13, 1935

Speed for 100 kilometers (62.137 miles)) (International)--Speed 634.320 km. p. h. (394.147 m. p. h.)Major Gen. Ernst Udet, Germany, June 5, 1938. (United States)-Speed 470.896 km. p. h. 292.600 m. p. h.) Miss Jacqueline Cochran, Acomita, N. M., April 20. 1940

Speed for 1.000 kilometers (621.369 miles) (International) -Speed 524.185 km. p. h. (325.713 m. D. h.)
Frio Niclot Italy. Dec. 9. 1937. (United States)-Speed 492.341 km. p. h. (305.926 m. D. h.). Miss
Jacqueline Cochran, Burbank-San Francisco-Burbank, Calif., course, Sept. 15. 1939.
Speed for 2.000 kllometers (1.242.739 miles) (International)-Speed 533.847 km. p. h. (331.716 m. p.

Miss Jacqueline Cochran, Mt. Wilson, Calif.-Mesa Giganta, N. M.-Mt. Wilson, Calif.. course April 6. 1940. (United States) same.

'Speed for 5.000 kilometers (3,106.849 miles) (International)-Speed, 404.936 km. D. h. (251.615 m

. Nicholas Chebanov and Vladimir Matveiev, Sebastopol course, Aug. 28, 1939. (United States) -Speed 272.030 km. p. h. (169.031 m. p. h.) D. W. Tomlinson and J. A. Bartels, Floyd Bennett-Bolling Field-Floyd Bennett Field course, May 16-17, 1935.

Speed for 10,000 kilometers (6.213.698 miles) (International)--Speed 311.620 km. p. h. (193.631 m. p. h.) -Comm. Rossi and Adjt. Chief Emont, France, Aug. 15-16, 1939.

LIGHT AIRPLANES (first category) Distance, Airline (International)-3,318.198 kilometers (2,061.703 miles)-A. Goussarov and V. Gieboy. 0.08 . Sept. 23, 1937. in 100 miles) (International)-Speed 392.584 km.

Sneed for 100 kilometers (62.137 miles) (International)-Speed 392.584 km. p. n. (243.940 m p h ) Giorgio Parodi. Italy, Aug. 27, 1939. (United States)-Speed 333.179 km. p. h. (207.027 m Clarence R. McArthur, New Orleans, La., June 26, 1938.

Altitude (International)-9,075 meters (29,773.560 feet)-Herman Illg, Germany, July 7. 1939. (United States)-5,721 meters (18,769.646 feet)-Grace Huntington, Burbank, Calif., May 31, 1939.

LIGHT AIRPLANES (second category) Speed 100 kilometers (International)-Speed 383.386 km. p. h. (238.225 m. p. h.)-S. J. Wittman. U S Detroit, Mich., Sept. 19, 1937. (United States)---same.

i nce. Alrline (International)--5,099.300 kms. (3,168.365 miles)--Andre Japy, France. from Istres to Djibouti, Nov. 30, 1937.*

LIGHT AIRPLANES (third category) tetanne Airline (International)- 6.303.840 kilometers (3,917.017 miles)-Horst Pulkowski and Lt. R Jenett Germany. from Bengasi, Libya, to Gaya, British India, Dec, 29-31, 1938. (United States) 3.986.944 kilometers (2,477.367 miles)-J. M. Jones, Nov. 29-30, 1938,

LIGHT AIRPLANES (fourth category) Distance Airline (International)-1,909.833 kilometers (1,186.713 miles)--Heinz Gabler, Germany Aug. 2. 1939. (United States)-1,631.878 kilometers (1,014 miles)-Robert E. Bryant, from Mlami, Fla.. to Camden, N. J., July 31, 1939.

SEAPLANES (Class C2) Distance, closed circuit (International)-5,200 kilometers (3,231.123 miles)--Mario Stoppani and Carlo Tonini. Italy, May 27-28, 1937. (United States)--2,525 kilometers (1,569 miles)-Lts. B. J. Connell and H. C. Rodd, San Diego, Cal., Aug. 15-16, 1927.

Distance, Airline (International)-9,652.001 kilometers (5,997.462 miles)--Capt. D. C. T. Bennett and First Officer I. Harvey, Great Britain, from Dundee, Scotland, to near Port Nolloth, S. Africa, Oct. 6-8. 1938. (United States)-5,280.015 kilometers (3,281.402 miles)--Lt. Commdr. Knefler McGinnis. U. s. N. Lt. J. K. Averill, U. S. N., N. A. P., T. P. Wilkinson, U.S. N., from Cristobal Harbor, C. Z., to San Francisco Bay, Alameda, Calif., Oct. 14-15, 1935. Maximum speed (International)-Speed 709.209 km. p. h. (440.681 m. p. h.)-Francesco Agello, Italy. 'Indicates no United States record has been established.

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