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Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Flying Saucers Service Limited, London
Vol. 1 N. 1 Spring 1955

15 pp.
Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 1 N. 2 May-June 1955

33 pp.
Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 1 N. 3 July - August 1955

36 pp.
Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 1 N. 4 September - October 1955

36 pp.
Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 1 N. 5 November - December 1955

35 pp.
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Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 2 N. 1 January - February 1956

35 pp.
Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 2 N. 2 March - April 1956

34 pp.
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 2 N. 4 July - August 1956

35 pp.
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 2 N. 5 September - October 1956
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 2 N. 6 November - December 1956

35 pp.
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Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 2 N. 3 May - June 1956

34 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 3 N. 1 January - February 1957

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 3 N. 2 March - April 1957

35 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 3 N. 3 May - June 1957

35 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 3 N. 4 July - August 1957

35 pp.
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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 3 N. 5 September - October 1957

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 3 N. 6 November - December 1957

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 4 N. 1 January - February 1958

37 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 4 N. 2 March - April 1958

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 4 N. 3 May - June 1958

36 pp.
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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 4 N. 4 July - August 1958

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 4 N. 5 September - October 1958

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 4 N. 6 November - December 1958

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 5 N. 1 January - February 1959

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 5 N. 2 March - April 1959

36 pp.

Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 1 N. 1 Spring 1955
Flying Saucers Service Limited, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Brown, W. J.; Cramp, Leonard G.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Rowland, John
CONTENTS
http://www.fsr.org.uk/
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

Let's talk space
Week-end pilot in near collision wit flying saucer2
Down to earth paper accepts saucers3
Star puzzled3
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 36 N. 4 Winter/1991 Star Puzzled, pp. 1-2)
American letter3

W. J. BROWNImpossible! Possible! Fact! 4-5

Space heated cockpits 5

Leonard CRAMPMystery over Labrador 6-8
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 38 N. 1 Spring/1993 Mystery over Labrador (June 1954), pp. 15-17)

John ROWLANDThe Testimony of the Experts
A recent Convert to Beflief in Flying Saucer
9-10

J.R.Matter of fact reporting 10
Review: Waveney GIRVAN,FLYING SAUCERS AND COMMON SENSE - 1955

PiscesThe near appoach of Mars 11-12

Artificial satellites12

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHHow it all began 13-14

UFO over Vancouver Island 14


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 1 N. 2 May-June 1955
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Dempster, Derek D.; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney; Judge, Desmond; Jung, Carl Gustav; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Nelson, Buck; Oberth, Hermann; Rowland, John; Thayaht, Ernesto
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 29 N. 2 December/1983 Editorial by Derek Dempster, pp. 2-3)

Let's talk space
German priest says: "We're being watched"2
Saucer follows army veteran's car2
The Astronomer Royal says it again2-3
Pilots express doubuts about flaming meteorite3
U.F.O. formates on South American Plane3
De Havilland "Saucer"3

Buck NELSONA strange tale from Missouri 4-5
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 41 N. 3 Autumn/1996 A strange tale from Missouri (1954), pp. 9-10)

World Round-Up6-8+29

Explosion over North London 9

Artificial satellites10
Igor Sikorski says: "Space flight in 25 years"11
Britain to build test rocket11
U.S. Satellite 800 miles up?11
Russia plans satellite11

Hermann OBERTHThe come form outer space 12-15

Ernesto THAYAHTSaucers in Italy 15-16

Carl Gustav JUNGDr. Carl Jung on unidentified Flying Objects 17-18
(From: Courier Interplanetaire )

Derek DEMPSTER"Made on Earth" tag not on saucers 18-20

Waveney GIRVANWhere are the book reviews? 21-22

Desmond JUDGEOccultism and Flying Saucers 23-24

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHCommon factors in saucer sightings 25-26+29

Build up your flying saucer library free! 27-28

John ROWLANDFrom phlogiston to flying saucer 30-31

Review
W.G.Frank SCULLY, BEHIND THE FLYING SAUCERS 31-32
Review: Frank SCULLY,BEHIND THE FLYING SAUCERS - 1950

D.D.D.Conquest of Space 32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 1 N. 3 July - August 1955
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Barton, Lewis; Constance, Arthur; Daniels, Wilfred; Daniels, Wilfrid; Dempster, Derek D.; Hamilton, Robert; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Leslie, Desmond (1921 - 2001); Nelson, Robert A.; Russell, R. R.; Schroeder, W.; Siegmond, Warren; Thayaht, Ernesto; Wilson, Wilfred
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

Let's talk space
Warren SIEGMONDFlying saucer over New York2-4
Ernesto THAYAHTThree Sightings in Italy5-6
Cedric Allingham seriosly ill6
U.F.O. crash in Britain?6
Ukraine sighting7
Yugoslav U.F.O.7-8
Duke of Edinburgh asks for saucer details8
Dam-busting doctor designs saucerplane9
Atomic powered aircraft on the way9
Channel observatory9
D.D.D.Film review9

R. R. RUSSELLU.F.O. tracks American bomber 10

1953 Sussex sighting comes to light 10

International saucer congress 10

Lewis BARTONIf it moves - Shoot 11

Arthur CONSTANCETowards new conceptions of the cosmos 12-15

Wilfrid DANIELSFlying saucers and the psychic 16-17

Publications from abroad 17

W. SCHROEDERCurrent events in the heaven
A bi-monthly review of th night-sky
19-21

Mars alive say soviets 21

Desmond LESLIEAstronomy and space-men 22-26

Review
B. le P.T.Mysteries of space and time26
Review: Hugh Percy WILKINS,MYSTERIES OF SPACE AND TIME - 1955

Build up your flying saucer library free! 27-28

Croat paper explains saucers 29

World Round-Up30-33

Mail Bag
Mail Robert HAMILTON, Robert A. NELSON, Wilfred WILSON32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 1 N. 4 September - October 1955
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Barnes, J.; Brown, W. J.; Dempster, Derek D.; Gauthier, Georges; Harriet, Richards; Jessup, Morris K. (1900 - 1959); Layne, Meade N.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Maney, Charles A.; McCoy, John; Miller, Max B.; Montgomery, Denis; Nelson, Earl; Schroeder, W.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

Let's talk space
Test show cosmic ray are not harmful2
U.S. backs Canadian saucer plane2
Fleet over midlands3
Is Jupiter alive?3
Saucer in the Andes3
Russia prepares to launch satellite4
Postmaster sketches saucer4
U.S. jets scramble for U.F.O.4-5
As big a jet - with windows5
Landed disch entered in Argentine5
The review in America5

Spaceman lands in Norway? 6-7
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 34 N. 2 June Quarter/1989 Spaceman lands in Norway?, pp. 2-3)

Earl NELSONWhat? Whence? Why? 8-11

Max B. MILLERA New trend in Space Traverl 12-15

Denis MONTGOMERYA New Pattern of Behaviour 15

W, J. BROWNFlying Saucers and Politic 16-17

W. SCHROEDERCurrent events in the Heavens 18-21

Meade LAYNE"MAT and DEMAT" etheric aspects of U.F.O. 22-23

Georges GAUTHIERA Russian scientist talks about U.F.O.s...24-25
... And Desmond Leslie slams him25

Review
D.D.D.Mysteries of Science, by John Rowland26
B. le. P.T.The Case for the U.F.O.26
Review: Morris K. JESSUP,THE CASE FOR THE UFO - Unidentified Flying Objects - 1955
D.D.D.The Imprisoned Spendour, by Raynor C. Johnson26

Build up Your Flying Saucer Library Free! 27-28

World Round-Up29-31

Mail Bag
Mail J. BARNES, Richards HARRIET, Morris K. JESSUP, Charles A. MANEY, John McCOY32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 1 N. 5 November - December 1955
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Alexander, Rolf; Constance, Arthur; Daniels, Wilfred; Dempster, Derek D.; Gray, Paul; Harper, Harry; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Leslie, Desmond (1921 - 2001); Nelson, Robert A.; Russell, R. R.; Schroeder, W.; Viking, Otto E.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Derek DEMPSTEREditorial1

Let's talk space
U.S.A.F. Deny Saucers are Spaceships2-3
Scot gets close-up of U.F.O.3-4
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 41 N. 1 Spring/1996 Scot gets close-up of UFO, pp. 24)
New Zealand inquiry into flying light4
Interplanetary war claim4-5
"Friend or Foe": Comment by Desmond Leslie5-6
Lord dowding challenged6
Buck Nelson6

Desmond LESLIECaptain Mantell
No Futher Doubts About Interception
7+30

Rolf ALEXANDERPsychokinesis
Saucers get no mention here. But the author tells of energy that, properly developed, will provide the greatest step forward in the history of man. It can be classified as thought-power, which many believe propels the spaceships
8-10+30

R. R. RUSSELL"Vibrasonics" and the U.F.O. 11-13+30

W. SCHROEDERCurrent events in the heaven
A bi-monthly review of the night-sky
14-18

Otto E. VIKINGFlying Saucers and Religion 19-20

Paul GRAYThe Mystery of Titicus Reservoir 21-22

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 22-24

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHOrfeo ANGELUCCI, THE SECRET OF THE SAUCERS 25-26
Review: Orfeo ANGELUCCI,THE SECRET OF THE SAUCERS - 1955

World Round-Up
27-29

Mail Bag
Mail Wilfred DANIELS, Harry HARPER, Robert A. NELSON31-32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 2 N. 1 January - February 1956
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Brazier, Maurice; Constance, Arthur; Daniels, Wilfred; Dempster, Derek D.; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney; Gray, Anthony; Hall, Richard H. (1930 - 2009); Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Maney, Charles A.; Pitt, John; Schroeder, W.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Derek DEMPSTEREditorial1

Let's talk space
"Flying Saucers are Real"
U.S. V.I.P. tells flying saucer review special correspondent
2-5

Scandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s 6-7
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 36 N. 2 Summer/1991 Scandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s, pp. 11-12)

U.S, physicist write for review 7

Woolley-Astronomer Royal 7

Maurice Brazier describes his saucer 8-9

Saucers Tingle Floridians 9

Have confusing shapes flown already? 10

Rocket Field Children 10

Guide to World Ufology
A Register of Flying Saucer Periodicals & Books
11-12

W. SCHROEDERCurrent Event in the Heavens
A bi-monthly review of the night-sky
13-15

Charles A. MANEYSaucers and Science 16-19+29+30

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 20-22

Anthony GRAYFlying Saucers and Art 23-24

Don't laugh... they're serious! 24

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHSelected books 25-26
Review: George ADAMSKI,INSIDE THE SPACE SHIPS - 1955

World Round-Up27-29

Mail Bag
Mail Wilfred DANIELS, Richard H. HALL, John PITT31-32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 2 N. 2 March - April 1956
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Name: Bray, A. R.; Constance, Arthur; Dempster, Derek D.; Fletcher, J.; Gibbs-smith, Charles Harvard; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Leslie, Desmond (1921 - 2001); Miller, Max B.; Schroeder, W.; Viking, Otto E.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1-2

A saucer shows up over Paris and creates a stir in a radar room and a cockpit 3

Get ready for the saucer hunt 4

Pilot sees three discs 5

Saucer in the Argentine 5

Who owns outer space? 5

Charles H. GIBBS-SMITHBeware ourselves 6--7+15

Desmond LESLIEMexican taxi driver meets saucer crew?
Story of conversation in broken-down car
8-13

Leslie meets Menzel 13-15

Saucers the ocular proof 16-19

Whose conspiracy? 20-22

South anews 22

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 23-25+32

W. SCHROEDERCurrent events in the heaven
A Bi-monthly Review Of The Nighgt-Sky
26-28

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHDonald E. KEYHOE, FLYING SAUCERS FROM OUTER SPACE , Harold Tom WILKINS, FLYING SAUCERS UNCENSORED 29
Review: Donald E. KEYHOE,FLYING SAUCERS FROM OUTER SPACE - 1953, Harold Tom WILKINS,FLYING SAUCERS UNCENSORED - 1955

Mail Bag
Mail A. R. BRAY, J. FLETCHER, Max B. MILLER, Otto E. VIKING30-32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 2 N. 4 July - August 1956
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Constance, Arthur; Davson, Cyril W.; Dempster, Derek D.; Ford, Kenneth; Inglesby, E.V.; King, George; Maitra, S.K.; Oliver, W. K.; Pitt, John; Thayaht, Ernesto; Worthley, Ed
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

News Report
UFO picture of 19562-4

The editorship 2

News Report
Cigars call on vicar4
Flying saucer exhibition4
New Canadian saucer club4
And one in Brazil4
Sticker barrage fired4-5
No one believed her5
Radar for radio telescope5
Interplanetary fiendship badge5
Saucers on Tv5

Ernesto THAYAHTBuild your own ufoscope for saucer detection 6-7

Cyril W. DAVSONThe essence of the primary physics
... author of the remarkable book "The Physics of the Primary State of Matter"
8-11

W. K. OLIVERStrange lunar lights 12-13

Report on first international saucer sighting day 14-17

Unanswered Questions
No. 1 ...... The Scoutmaster Case18
Kenneth FORDFirst Shop at the Edge of the Galaxy18

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 19-22

World Round-Up23-27

Selected books
Reviewed by The Editor
28
Book:Aimé MICHEL,THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS - 1956

Mail Bag
Constant Agreementm but...30
Aldwinckle Plastered30-31
Narrow Ruts and Blind Feet31
Chariots of Fire31
Conference Suggested31
Overshadowed32

News from down under 32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 2 N. 5 September - October 1956
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Constance, Arthur; De La Jara, Alejandro; Ganteaume, Horacio Gonzalez; Housman, Laurence ; Lade, John; Leslie, Desmond (1921 - 2001); Maney, Charles A.; Olsen, Carl; Pitt, John; Schroeder, W.; Smith, C. G.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

News Report
Desmond LESLIEThe strangest UFO case of all
Exclusive Despatch
2-4
Thousands see 80-ft saucer over Lincolnshire4
On Britain's South Coast4
And New Zealand4

World Round-Up
Europe
Great Britain
5-7
Europe
Germany
7
Africa
Kenya
7
Africa
Morocco
7
Africa
Rhodesia
7-8
Africa
South Africa
8
Asia
Pakistan
8
Australasia
Fiji Islands
8
North America
U.S.A
8

"Flying Saucer Review" launches
International UFO Observer Corps
9

John PITT"Tell us please, Mr Birch!" say John Pitt 10-13
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 29 N. 5 June/1984 "Tell us please, Mr Birch!" say John Pitt, pp. 12-14)

Unanswered questions
No. 2... The Mid-day "U" Blips
13

Charles A. MANEYAn Open Letter to scientists 14-15

Carl OLSENScandinavian Saucer. Fabulous sighting reports
Chased by a flying saucer!
16

Horacio Gonzalez GANTEAUME& S. American cigars
Haver giants landed on Cordilleras?
17

John LADEAdamski - A reasoned support 18-19

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 20-23

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 24-26

Panorama spotlights space events
Mr. Cedric Allingham27
2nd International Flying Saucer Sighting Day27
You chance to hear spacemen27-28
Japanese saucer research group28
Flying saucers and the younger generation28
Big names back saucer research group28
News items from "The Times"28-29
Trans-antarctic expedition29
Seventh international astronautical congresss29

Selected Books
George W. VAN TASSEL, INTO THIS WORLD AND OUT AGAIN 30
Review: George W. VAN TASSEL,INTO THIS WORLD AND OUT AGAIN - 1955

Mail Bag
A Good Combination31
The Official Attitude31-32
The Wrong Approach32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 2 N. 6 November - December 1956
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Constance, Arthur; Etheridge, M. N.; Heathcote, C. A.; Howell, Donald; Jessup, Morris K. (1900 - 1959); Lade, John; Leslie, Desmond (1921 - 2001); Maney, Charles A.; Schroeder, W.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

Landing in South Africa 2-5

World Round-Up
Africa
Transvaal
6
America
U.S.A.
6-7
Asia
Japan
7
Asia
Singapore
7
Australasia
Fiji Islands
7-8
Australasia
New Zealand
8
Europe
Great Britain
8-9

John LADEThe conspiracy of silence 10-12

Unanswered Questions
No. 3... Has Earth's Axis Tilted Many Times?12+30

Desmond LESLIEWorlds's first flying saucer exhibition 13-

M. K. JESSUPCurrent status of the UFO field in America 14-15

Charles A. MANEYThe phenomena of Angel Hair 16-18+31

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 19-21

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 22-25

Panorama spotlights space events
Nime-Man Board named26
Awards for Essays on Gravity26
Mr. Waveney Girvan26-27
Mr Dutta's two Broadcasts27-28
John Otto in Hollywood28
Land on Mars For Sale28

Selected Books
Morris K. JESSUP, UFO AND THE BIBLE 29
Review: Morris K. JESSUP,UFO AND THE BIBLE - 1956

Mail Bag
Wide Mental Vision31-32
J.F.S.S.D. and Correlation32
Those Charred Roots32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review

Vol. 2 N. 3 May - June 1956
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Aldwinckle, Eric; Alta, Ad; Arundel, A.; Bloecher, Ted (1929 - 2024); Brimer, A. R.; Constance, Arthur; Davson, Cyril W.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Miller, Max B.; Pitt, John; Schroeder, W.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

News Report
Moseley in cloudland2
Antarctic phenomenon2-3
Flight without effort3-4
International flying saucer sighting day4-5

Report on Unidentified Flying Objects 6+32

Max B. MILLER, Bloacher TedOfficial Saucers Screened 7-10

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHAntarctica has always been shrouded in mystery. Suddenly, though,the pointer swings towards the penguin's paradise...
Does Antarctica hold the key?
11-13

Eric ALDWINCKLEWho's who in flying saucer reports? 14-16

W. SCHROEDERCurrent events in the heaven
A Bi-monthly Review Of The Night-sky
17-19

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 20-22

World Round-Up23-26

Other Publications 26

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHGray BARKER, THEY KNEW TOO MUCH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS , Gray BARKER (ed.), THE SAUCERIAN REVIEW 27-29
Review: Gray BARKER,THEY KNEW TOO MUCH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS - 1956, Gray BARKER (ed.),THE SAUCERIAN REVIEW - 1956

Mail Bag
A whole in the Infinite29
False Prophets29-30
Years of Consciousness30
No Easy Terms30
Keep Saucers Sane31

Signals from Venus 32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 1 January - February 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Constance, Arthur; Dempster, Derek D.; Finch, Bernard E.; Gabrielsen, Per; Layne, Meade N.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Longroft, Charles McK; Maitra, S. K.; O'Neil, Brian; Schroeder, W.; Smith, C. G.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

"UFOs Coming to Earth" says Rear-Admiral Fahrney2
Brightest comet of the century2-3
The recent opposition of Mars3
Saucers swarm over Dakotas3-4
Project Blue Book Report No. 144
Combustion of metals causes U.S. fires4

Chales McK. LONGCROFTSaucer sighting hints 5

World Round-Up
Africa
Rhodesia
6
Africa
South Africa
6
America
U.S.A.
6-7
Asia
Japan
7
Asia
Malaya
7-8
Europa
France
8
Europa
Great Britain
8-9
Europa
Norway
9

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe
Screwing down then lid on euclid
10-13

Derek DEMPSTERKeeping down with the Joneses 14-15

Meade N. LAYNEQuestion from Pretoria - But why ask "why"? 16-18

Unanswered Questions
No. 4... have UFOs been Fired Upon?18-19

Rocket test apparition 19

Bernard E. FINCHAttempted suicide! 20-21

S. K. MAITRATasks before a ufological conference 22-23

Men nearly caught flying saucer 23

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 24-27

Panorama spotlights space events
Rockets out of control28
Satellites will Burn Up28
Invisible Plant will Design Manned Satellites28
International lunar Society28
Visual Chart of flying saucers28
Dutch Flying Saucer Group29
Another Canadian Saucer Club29
Mr. George Adamski29
George Hunt Williamson in Peru29
Coal found and Snow-free Area seen near Pole29

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHDonald E. KEYHOE, THE FLYING SAUCER CONSPIRACY , Aimé MICHEL, THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS , Gavin GIBBONS, THE COMING OF THE SPACE SHIPS , Arthur CONSTANCE, THE INEXPLICABLE SKY 30
Review: Donald E. KEYHOE,THE FLYING SAUCER CONSPIRACY - 1955, Aimé MICHEL,THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS - 1956, Gavin GIBBONS,THE COMING OF THE SPACE SHIPS - 1956, Arthur CONSTANCE,THE INEXPLICABLE SKY - 1956

Mail Bag
Let there be light31
A Remarkable Sighting31-32
Letter from Norway32


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 2 March - April 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Constance, Arthur; Finch, Bernard E.; Fuller, Charles; Kelly, Felix; Law, M.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Rampa, Tuesday Lobsang; Sandford, E. F. M.; Schroeder, W.; Sievers, Edgar
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Think!1

Pan-American Airways plane nearly hits UFO2
Saucers over Midlands after quakes2
Warlingham's lack of gravity2-3
Mars in 15 days3
Anti-gravity device3
Saucer over Yokohama3
The Wardle mystery4
Three dates for your diary4
"Flying Saucer Review" German edition4

World Round-Up
Africa
Natal
5
America
Canada
5
America
U.S.A.
5
Asia
India
5-6
Asia
Thailand
6
Europe
Great Britain
6-8

Unanswered Questions
No. 5... Scully9

T. Lobsang RAMPASaucers over Tibet 10-12

Edgar SIEVERSSaucer riddle's change into a task 13-15

Bernard E. FINCHFirst step to anti-gravity 16-17+iv

Arthur CONSTANCEThis amazing Universe
Restoring the "Me" to geometry
18-21

Charles FULLERTell them - When they ask
Says Charles Fuller
22-23

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 24-27

Panorama spotlights space events
Global probe into Radioactivity28
Japanese appeal to end H-Bomb test28-29
French scientist goes on hunger strike29
Giant Rock Saucer Convention29
Missile with H-Bomb warhead to be launched from under water29
New Argentine Saucer organisation29
International literary competition29
Military significance of earth satellites30
"Fate" Magazine's special saucer supplement30
CRIFO "Orbit" ceases publication30
Long John30

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHGeorge Hunt WILLIAMSON, THE SECRET PLACE OF THE LION
Review: George Hunt WILLIAMSON,THE SECRET PLACE OF THE LION - 1958

Mail Bag
Saucers Fact not Fiction32
A Definite Pattern32+iii
Little Men in Surreyiii


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 3 May - June 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Constance, Arthur; Dempster, Derek D.; Finch, Bernard E.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Maney, Charles A.; Rampa, Tuesday Lobsang; Schroeder, W.; Smith, C. G.; Thornton, Clifford
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

EditorialQ

R.A.F. Radar picks up UFO over S.W. Scotland2-5
More scientists say stop!5
Official UFO projects in current operation5

Clifford THORNTONThe Wardle mystery
Exclusive on-the-spot report from Dr. Clifford Thornron
4

World Round-Up
Africa
South Africa
5
America
Argentina
5
America
U.S.A
5
Asia
Japan
5-6
Australasia
Australia
6
Australasia
New Zealand
6
Europe
Great Britain
7

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHUFOs man-made? Do not be taken in
Says the Editor
8

Scrapbook for 1880 9

T. Lobsang RAMPAFlying into space 10-12

Charles A. MANEYUFO fleets over Washington, D.C. 13-15

Derek D. DEMPSTERInternational Geophysical Year 16-18

Unanswered Questions
No. 6... Is 1957, As Bender said, the Year?19

Bernard E. FINCHSecond step to anti-gravity 20-21

UFOs photographed over Germany 21

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe
The dinensions and the demented
22-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-28+31

Panorama spotlights space events
Mystery Explosions29-30
Blue Canals on Mars30
Junior Skywatch of the Americas30
Scooter Club hold Packed Saucer Meeting30
Arthur Constance on Radio Luxembuorg31
New South African Group31
Quote from 'Prediction' May Issue, 195731
Lost Cities of Ancient S. American Civilisation31
Another Japanese Saucer Club31

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHMax B. MILLER, FLYING SAUCERS: FACT OR FICTION? 32
Review: Max B. MILLER,FLYING SAUCERS: FACT OR FICTION? - 1957

Mail Bag
Hob-nailed Boots in the Universeiii

Late News
Radar Sighting over English Channeliv
Landing in Franceiv

Governments suppressing Truth about Saucer
iv
Governments Suppressing Truth About Sauceriv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 4 July - August 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Constance, Arthur; Daniels, Wilfrid; Dempster, Derek D.; Jarvis, Howard; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Maitra, S. K.; Reeve, Bryant; Reeve, Helen; Rudman, David; Schroeder, W.; Wilkins, Hugh Percy
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

The most authenticated UFO sighting on record 2-3

UFO photographed by Edwards Air Force Base 3

U.S. ambassador to Switzerland believes saucers exists 3

And so do these famous scientists 3

International UFO Observer Corps widens its scope 4

World Round-Up
Africa
South Africa
5
America
Canada
5
America
Puerto Rico
5
America
U.S.A.
5
Asia
Japan
5
Asia
Korea
5
Asia
Lebanon
5
Australasia
New Zealand
5-6
Europe
Germany
6
Europe
Great Britain
6-8

Scrapbook for 1881 9

Flying Saucer Review gets the news! 9

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe
Truth and the troglodytes
10-13

A Statement of Fact 14

Saucers studied behind Iron Curtain 14

Unanswered Questions
No. 7... Why do UFOs enter and leave the ocean15

H. Percy WILKINSThe Planet Mars
A world famous astronomer discusses the controversial "canal"
16-19

Derek D. DEMPSTEROperation Deepfreeze
America's major contribution to International Geophysical Year
20-22

Our latest International Flying Saucer Sighting Day 22

Helen REEVE, Bryant REEVECrossing the Cosmic Barrier 23-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-28

Panorama spotlights space events
More Mystery Explosions29
Australian Saucers in Earnest29
Danish UFO Journal29
New Canadian Saucer Club29
Earth Satellite Programme Delayed?29

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHReview30-31

Mail Bag
Seguence32
A Call for Action32
What a Monstrous Order!32-33
A trap to be Avoided33

Late News
Was Atlas plucked out of Sky?iv
Air Ministry Mystified Againiv
Vicar backs Saucersiv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 5 September - October 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Adamski, George (1891 - 1965); Constance, Arthur; Maitra, S. K.; Rodgers, Philip; Schroeder, W.; Smith, C. G.; Stent, Gordon F.; Wilkins, Hugh Percy; Williamson, George Hunt (1926 - 1986)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps Ii

Editorial1

The physical proof you have been waiting for! 2-3

Four UFO 's tracked on radar at 3,600 M.P.H. 3

"R.A.F. flying review" investigate saucers 3

World Round-Up
America
Argentine
4
America
Canada
4
America
U.S.A.
4
America
Venezuela
4-5
Asia
Japan
5
Australasia
Australia
5
Europe
Great Britain
5-8
Europe
Italy
8

Philip RODGERSThe Sheffield Saucers
Special report on an amazing week
9

H. Percy WILKINSThe known and the unknown
The second of a series of three articles, by one of the world's foremost astronomers
10-13

Tadpole-shaped object snapped over Japan 14

Scrapbook for 1882 14

International Flying Saucer Sighting Day, Japan, June 8 15

George ADAMSKIExclusive to "Flying Saucer Review"
Flying Saucers Versus the Supernatural
16-19

The 4th I.F.S.S,D. On july 27th 19

Arthur CONSTANCEThis amazing universe
The indivisible Invisible
20-23+25

George Hunt WILLIAMSONProject Scroll
I. Home of the Giant Gods
24-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-28

Panorama spotlights space events
Rocketry Expert backs UFOs29
NICAP's New Magazine29
CSI (New Zealand)29
New British Magazine29
"The White Star Illuminator"29
Serious South African Group29-30
New Saucer Group in Middlesbrough30
Manchester Flying Saucer Research Society30
Don't Scorn UFO Photos30
Mr. Ben Herrington30
Sunderland hears about UFOs30

Unanswered Questions

No. 8... communications
31-32

Mail Bag
A Suggestion32
Down to Earth32-iii
Beware of Impatienceiii

Late News
50-lb Cake Falls from Skyiv
Airliner has UFO Escortiv
UFO Follows Another Airlineriv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 6 November - December 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Constance, Arthur; Dempster, Derek D.; Gatland, Kenneth W.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Schroeder, W.; Wilkins, Hugh Percy; Williamson, George Hunt (1926 - 1986)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

UFO cuts out radio of airliner over Kent! 2

Brazilian lawyer claims ride in space ship 2-3

More metal dropped from UFO 3

Red satellite brings flood of sightings 3

What caused this musical note? 4

World Round-Up
Africa
Ethiopia
5
Africa
Rhodesia
5
America
Brazil
5
America
Canada
5
America
U.S.A.
5-6
Asia
India
6
Australasia
Australia
6
Europe
France
6
Europe
Great Britain
7-9

H. Percy WILKINSUnidentified Flying Objects
In this final article of a series of three, the well-known astronomer suggests that intelligently-controlled space ships from outer space may exist
10-14

The fifth international flying saucer sighting day, Saturday, September, 14 15

Fabulous colour movie 16

Boy in the flying train
M. Bachelet's new "miracle"
16-17

George Hunt WILLIAMSONExclusive dispatch to "Flying Saucer Review"
Project Scroll
2. The Rock of the Writings
18-19

Derek D. DEMPSTERSatellites - World Domination? 20-21

This Amazing Universe
Arthur CONSTANCEThe ghosts and the gossamer22-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-28+iii

Unanswered questions
No. 9... Are people from other worlds living and working among us?
29

Selected Books
Morris K. JESSUP, THE EXPANDING CASE FOR THE UFO , Gavin GIBBONS, THEY RODE IN SPACE SHIPS , George Hunt WILLIAMSON, OTHER TONGUE, OTHER FLESH 30-31
Review: Morris K. JESSUP,THE EXPANDING CASE FOR THE UFO - 1957, Gavin GIBBONS,THEY RODE IN SPACE SHIPS - 1957, George Hunt WILLIAMSON,OTHER TONGUE, OTHER FLESH - 1957

Panorama spotlights space events
Interplanetary Space Patrol32
Saucers on Television32
Last I.F.S.S.D. for 195732

Late News
Saucer Down in Fiji Islandiv
Anther New Comet Discovediv
Wheel-less Motor Carsiv
Rabbit Drops From Skyiv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 4 N. 1 January - February 1958
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Alexander, M.; Bradbury, R.A.; Carroll, Greta G.; Carroll, Lee; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney; Holden, A. R.; Howard, Dana; Jessup, Morris K. (1900 - 1959); Lash, D. C.; Schroeder, W.; Skulason, Skuli; Williamson, George Hunt (1926 - 1986)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

World-wide flying saucer report pour in on an unprecedented scale
Sputniks bring biggest saucer flap in history2
Jet unable to reach UFO2
200Ft. egg visits Texans2+3
Saucer over New Mexico stalls 10 car2
Speed of Light!2
Chicago police chase saucer3
Huge "sun" over atom test site3
Japan and Egypt too3
and a red hot ball3
Radar and visual sightings3
Astronomers see pink UFO3
Scientists hear and see mystery bleeps and UFO4
"Now you can scratch yours"4
Authority "explains"4
UFO tracked by searchlights4
Britain sees then again4
Two new space contacts
Mr. Schmidt meets six space visitors
5
Two new space contacts
Boy meets space-ship in cow pasture
5
14 scouts have brush with UFO5
Barbaric man5
Scientist says ships in space5

World Round-Up
UFO over British A-Bomber Base
Air Ministry Baffed
6
Saucer over guided missile centre6
Malay has its UFO6
School sends sighting report to Flying Saucer Review6
Cigar-shaped object over Japan7
Space ship over the rand7
World's largest oil jetty investigated7
Saucer views danish army manoeuvres7
Space ship landing report8
Unusual photo of UFO from Cyprus8
Round the World Index to sightings Report in this Issue8
Japanese I.F.S.S.D. pictures9
Strange happening over Derby9
Red football in the sky9

M. ALEXANDERUFO
Seen by sixty thousand witmesses!
10-11

W. SCHROEDEROnce the problem of atomic rocket motors has been solved, it will take...
Only 4 hours to reach the Moon
12-14

Unanswered Questions
No. 10... Was the Star of Bethlehem a space ship?14

Scrapbook for 1883 15

Dana HOWARDSeeking the saucer answer 16-17

A. R. HOLDENFlying Saucer Propulsion
A theory
18-21

Angel air 21

M. K. JESSUPAn open letter to Arthur Constance 22-23+25

Waveney GIRVANLecturing on Flying Saucers 24-25

Greta CARROLLThree space ships
... A wonderful sight
26+29

International literary competition result 26

George Hunt WILLIAMSONExclusive dispatch to "Flying Saucer Review"
Project Scroll
3. City of a Thousand roofs!
27-29

Panorama spotlights space events
Gravity Day, 195730-31
Lord Dowding31
Sensational German Claim31
A Message of Good Will31
Saucer Research Unlimited31
the UFO data sheet31
Portland Research Associates31

Selected Books
32

Mail Bag
Fliugandi Diskaiii
Flying Chandelieriii
What are the Flying Saucers?iii

Late News
Al bender Speaks!iv
Saucer Seen with Space Maniv
Amazing British Contact with Space Maniv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 4 N. 2 March - April 1958
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Adamski, George (1891 - 1965); Constance, Arthur; Dempster, Derek D.; Langrishe, Terence; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Lee, E. R.; Matheson, Ronald Leslie; Schroeder, W.; Watson, William H.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

Amazing letter reveals confirmatory evidence of Adamski claims
U.S. Govt. Has evidence of extra-terrestrials
2-3

Major Keyhoe cut off the air 2-3

Former chief of saucers project speaks 2+4

Norvegian landing report 3

Spherical object heading for moon
Swedish Government Report
3

The Silpho Moor Mystery
Ulo's message to Earth - Hoax or genuine?
4

Birmingham Woman Meets Spacemen 5-6

World Round-Up
Portuguese Pilot Meet Saucers
"Objects Came from Mother Ship" - say Air Force pilots
7
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)
They Saw Eight7
Silent Object Ablaze with Light7
Orange Object seen from bus7
Six strange ones near Andover7
Space ships over Brazil8
Lawyer meets saucer on highway8
Green ball over Scotland8
Authenticated sighting over California9
What came out of the tpo?9
Like a mazantine hat9

E. R. LEEWas this what Bender found out?
Asks E. R. Lee
10-13

Scrapbook for 1884 13

Howard Menger's own story 14-15+16+17

Unanswered Questions - 11
Is the Moon Already Occupied?
16+17

Derek D. DEMPSTER
Solid or Spirits? An inquiry
18-20

Ronald Leslie MATHESONReport from New Zealand waters 21-22

Arthur CONSTANCESurveys the World Situation 23-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-29

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHBryant REEVE, Helen REEVE, FLYING SAUCER PILGRIMAGE 30+32
Review: Bryant REEVE, Helen REEVE,FLYING SAUCER PILGRIMAGE - 1957

Panorama spotlights space events
International Flying Saucer Sighting Day31
NICAP News31
Another Japanese Group31
Dutch Interplanetary Scientific Centre31-32
Danish UFO Group32
New German UFO Group32
Fine New American Magazine32
U.S. Air Force Project Blue Book Report No. 1432

Mail Bag
New Year Messageiii
Relative Termsiii
Flying Saucer Propulsioniii

Late News
Adamskiiv
Saucers Behind the Curtainiv
Derbyshire Woman sees Mother Ship and Seven Saucersiv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 4 N. 3 May - June 1958
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Anstee, Ronald W. J.; Howard, Dana; Kraspedon, Dino; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Lemos Ferreira, Jose; Maney, Charles A.; Schroeder, W.; Smith, Wilbert B.; Storm, Margaret
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

Jose LEMOS FERREIRAAir Force Pilots Spend 40 Minutes with Saucers 2-3

Adamski 4

Margaret STORMSchmidt sues U.S. Government 4

Brazil say picture authentic 5

World Round-Up
Former Air Chief Sees Saucers
"Nothing can shake me from my belief in what I saw" - Air Marshal Sir George Jones
6
South oxhey sees them again6
College boys spot them6
The tin hat6
Flying Saucer over Iceland7
Saucers over Mill7

The People Who See "Flying Saucers" 8-9

Wilbert B. SMITHThe Philosophy of the Saucers 10-11

Charles A. MANEYA New Dimension in UFO Phenomena 12-15

Just to Remind You 15

Unanswered Questions - No. 12
Why have You not been officially told?
16
... And what You can do about it!17

Dino KRASPEDONWhy and How Planets Move 18-20

Dana HOWARDThe Drama Behind the Space Ships 21-23

Recent Contact and Landing Report
The mysterious visitor24
Giant Space Ship Lands in Brazil24
Another Brazilian Landing24+25

Scrapbook for 1885 25

Recent Contact and Landing Report
Reported Contact in North Devon25+iii

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-29

Panorama spotlights space events
Major Wayne S. Aho30
New British Saucer Group30
Change of Name and Address30
The "Ufologer"30
Jet Propulsion Laboratory has UFO Club30
Giant Rock Convention30-31
Seeing Further into Space31
The Moon and Space Medicine31
They are trying to build flying saucers31
Free Energy31

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHReview32

Mail Bag
Truth will Shine Forthiii

Recent Contact and Landing Report
Space Ship Lands by CaravanIii
They are Landing in Japan, tooIii

Late News
George Hunt Williamsoniv
Hundreds See Space Ship over Johannesburgiv
Proposed London Marchiv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 4 N. 4 July - August 1958
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Holden, A. R.; Howard, Dana; Kraspedon, Dino; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Ogden, Richard Carl; Smith, Bernard
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

Flying Saucer Reports Pou in from Denmark
Thousands of Sightings from South Jutland
2-3+4

U.N. and rule for outer space 4

Moon Rocket this August

Pentagon Admits 13 a Day Jets "Scrambled" 5

UFOs over U.S. a-base in Britain 5

Unsatisfactory answer to M.P.'s question on UFOs by undersecretary for Air 5

Report of the Scientific Panel on UFOs 5

World Round-Up
UFO over Holloman Test Range
Nurse takes amazing photograph
6
Triangular Object ovrr New Zealand6
Egg-shaped UFO over Hongkong7
Street Car Passengers Spot Flying Cigar7
Strange UFO Hovers Over Ship in S. Pacific7
Strange Object Photographed Over Okinawa7
South African Airman Tries to Catch Saucer7
Why did the Pigeons Cock their Heads?9

Adamski answers Washington denial regarding R. E. Straith 8-9

Continuing the
Howard Menger Story
10-13+iii

Richard Carl OGDENThe Creation of the Solar System 14-17+18

Scrapbook for 1886 18

Silpho Moor Controversy 19

Dana HOWARDReporting the Giant Rock Convention, 1958 20-21

Dino KRASPEDONGravity: a combination of phenomena 2225

Recent Contacts and Landing Reports
Mr. Cooke goes to Zomdic26-27
Fleet of Flying Saucers Land on Maracaja27+31

Bernard SMITHMysterious Tape recordings
People from outer space contact earth man by "radio"
28-29

Panorama spotlights space events
Our Own Book30
Book:Brinsley LE POER TRENCH (ed.),THE FLYING SAUCER REVIEW'S WORLD ROUNDUP OF UFO SIGHTINGS AND EVENTS - 1958
New York Saucer Information Bureau30
South African Saucer Magazine30
Cosmic Science30
Swedish Group Formed30
New Italian Saucer Journal30
Congratulations!30
Success Story31
Thanks31

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHLeonard H. STRINGFIELD, INSIDE SAUCER POST... 3 - 0 BLUE , George Hunt WILLIAMSON, John jr. McCOY, UFOs CONFIDENTIAL , Ray STANFORD, Rex STANFORD, LOOK UP 32
Review: Leonard H. STRINGFIELD,INSIDE SAUCER POST... 3 - 0 BLUE - 1957, George Hunt WILLIAMSON, John jr. McCOY,UFOs CONFIDENTIAL - 1958, Ray STANFORD, Rex STANFORD,LOOK UP - 1958

Mail Bag
The Gravity Riddleiii

Late News
Mystery Bang over Nottinghamiv
Japanese claim saucer contact on Saturday, june 7iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 4 N. 5 September - October 1958
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Benincasa, Benjamin; Finch, Bernard E.; Kraspedon, Dino; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Maney, Charles A.; Menger, Howard; Rodgers, Philip; Schroeder, W.; Smith, C. G.; Watson, W. H.; Williamson, George Hunt (1926 - 1986); Zinsstag, Lou
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

Lou ZINSTAGMonguzzi Takes Saucer Photo of the Centry 2-4

Strategic Air Command Admits UFOs 5

Ministry of Defence and UFOs 5

Moon Rocket Explodes 5

Dr. G. H. Williamson British Lecture Tour 5

World Round-Up
Ghana: UFO 2 Nights Running
Ducks and birds uproar
6
Danish Scout Camp Awakened by Glowing UFO6
Who Were Watching Whom?6-7
British Astronomer Causes Controversy7
Another Sighting in Hertfordshire7

Adamski: US Air Technical Disclosure Regarding 8-9

Charles A. MANEYScientific Aspects of UFO Research
An important speech on the occasion of the opening of the Planetary Centre, Detroit, Michigan, June 14,1958
10-12+30

6th International Flying Saucer Sighting Day 13

George Hunt WILLIAMSONProject Scroll
4. Return to the Lost City
This exclusive dispatch to "Flying Saucer Review" was sent just prior to our contributor's departure for Europe and a lecture tour in Britain
14-15

Howard MENGERThe Song from Saturn
This is the third instalment of THE HOWARD MENGER STORY, an amazing account of personal contacts with space ships and space people. The photographs of space craft the accompanied Mr. Menger's article in the July-August issue aroused world-wide interest
16-17

Dino KRASPEDONAbout Light 18-19+25

Philip RODGERSSpace Men Speaking 20-21

W. H. WATSONUfology and the Ion Rocket 22-23

Bernard E. FINCHIs ionisation the answer to UFO flight?
Magneto-Aerodynamics
A new method of flight
24-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-28+32

B. BENINCASAEarthlings Are Not Alone. In This Boundless Universe 29

Scrapbook for 1887 30

Panorama spotlights space events
San Marino Saucer Exhibition31
"The UFOloger"31
"Space Probe31
"Outer Space Review"31
Tees-side UFO Research Group Bulletin31+iii

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHTrevor JAMES, THEY LIVE IN THE SKY 32
Review: Trevor JAMES,THEY LIVE IN THE SKY - 1958

Mail Bag
The Philosophy of the Saucersiii

Late News
4,000-ft Saucer Snappediv
More Questions in House of Commonsiv
Trafalgar Square Meetingiv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 4 N. 6 November - December 1958
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Blade, Alexander; Inglis, Brian; Inglis, James; Kraspedon, Dino; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Longbottom, Philip; Morison, Robert; Pitt, John; Rudman, David; Schroeder, W.; Smith, Wilbert B.; Williamson, George Hunt (1926 - 1986)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

Two men who plan to make history in 1959 and beat the rockets!
Carr and Aho Set Date for Their Moon Flight
Man-made Saucer uses free-energy
2

Moon Rocket 79,212 Miles 2

Britain Building Flying Saucer 2

Richard Ogden "Visited" 3

British Audiences Like Williamson 3

Gaumount-British News Features Saucers 3

Schmidt Claims More Contacts
From Charles McK. Longcraft in Canada
4

Mighty Fast Work 4

Pie-maker Flew to Red Planet 4

Symposium on Space Medicine 4+5

Scrapbook
This is a regular feature of "Flying Saucer Review" to reassure you that sapce ships have always been with us throughout history
5

World Round-Up
Saucer photographed over Norway
She never saw it!
6
Glowing Object over German Town6
Burning White Spinnig Top7
Gaily Coloured Discs over Canada7
Elongated Egg over Bognor7
Remarkable Sighting Near Rugby7
White Object Snapped near Manchester7

Wilbert B. SMITHWhay I Believe in the Reality of the Spacecraft 8-10+11

Unanswered Question - No. 13
Would Free Energy affect World Economy?
11

Brian INGLISA Unified Approach to the UFO 12-13+iii

G. H. WILLIAMSONWritten specially for "Flying Saucer Review" just prior to our contributor's departure for the U.S.A.
Preliminary report on my World Tour
14

Philip LONGBOTTOMThe Silpho Moor Mystery 15-16

Text of the Scrolls 16-17

Dino KRASPEDONHow some of the saucers fly 18-21+32

John PITTHave spacemen come to save us?
This report on Dr. G.H. Williams's lecture at London's Caxton Hall is reproduced by permission in full from the n"Psychic News" of September 27
22-23

Alexander BLADESon of the Sun
This article originally appeared in the November, 1947, issue of 'Fantastic Stories' and si reproduced here from the August-September, 1958, issue of 'Round Robin', published by the Borderland Science Research Associates (BSRA)
24-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-29

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHReview29-30

U.S. Research into Brain Waves 30

Panorama spotlights space events
BBC Tell Children about UFOs31
Plan for Peaceful Space Exploration31
Mengers Hold Space Convention31

Mail Bag
Too Far?iii
Perpetual Motioniii

Late News
We straighten the Recordiv


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 5 N. 1 January - February 1959
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Adamski, George (1891 - 1965); Anstee, Ronald W. J.; Constance, Arthur; Kraspedon, Dino; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Maney, Charles A.; Millar, Eric; Schroeder, W.; Watson, W. H.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

British Air Minister's unsatisfactory Reply to M.P. on UFOs
Come off it, mr. Ward!
"Nothing suggests that they are other than mundane"
2-3

"Life on Planets" Says Top Space Expert 2

Four huge UFOs pace train 4

Preliminary igy findings 4

Channel lit up by blues flash 4

Russian Dighting of Moon Volcano Confirmed by British Astronomer
Dr. H.P. Wilkins' observation
5

Soviet Plans 5

Moon Rockets 3 and 4 Fail 5

World Round-Up
Radio Officer's Amazing Story
UFO snapped from ship
6-7
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 12 N. 5 September - October/1966 - A Hoax Exposed
Stranger hovers7
Criminal Investigator Reports Saucers7

UFO Snapped Near Geyser
8
UFO Snapped Near Geyser8
Four Sisters See Saucer8
What Was the White Shinny?8
They can read your thoughts9
Strange things happen up above9
Another Pilot sees them9

Dino KRASPEDONPeople of other Planets 10-12+13

Adamski World Lecture Tour 13

Charles A. MANEYNICAP and the UFO CHALLENGE 14-17

Space signals Heard 17

George ADAMSKIWho is trying to stop the truth coming out?
Ask George Adamski
18-19

World-Wide Saucer Movement
How we are Growing
20-21

Arthur CONSTANCEThrough the impassable to the impossible 22-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-29

Panorama spotlights space events
Project Outer Space30
Thelma Holds UFO Exhibition30
Scottish Flying Saucer Club Formed30
Queensland Flying Saucer Research Bureau30-31
The Spacecrafter31
APIS is Born31
S.U.F.O.I.31
How You Can Help31

Mail Bag
The Disc32
What Do You Think?32
Adamski Confirmed32+ii

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHGeorge Hunt WILLIAMSON, THE SECRET PLACE OF THE LION iii
Review: George Hunt WILLIAMSON,THE SECRET PLACE OF THE LION - 1958

Late News
Saucers over Canadaiv
Cigar over Jugoslaviaiv
Earth's Biggest satellite in Orbitiv


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 5 N. 2 March - April 1959
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Allen, W. Gordon; Holden, A. R.; Honey, Carol A.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley; Schroeder, W.; Smith, Wilbert B.; Weyl, A. R.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

Fifty pilots who have each reported seeing UFOs complain of Air Force policy!
Secrecy over Flying Saucers Angers Pilots
UFOs tracked by radar all over U.S.
2

You are being watched 2

Roy Mason asks another 2

N.Z. observatory has UFO reports 2

Photo of a UFO near Barkers Field 3

Earth Man's Journey into Space...
Red Rocket goes into Solar Orbit
4

Woolley Speaks 4

Pravda writer admits Planets Inhabited 4

Amazing New Space Camera 5

Are we in Quarantine? 5

U.S. Plan Fire Man into Space 5

Space Station in Ten Years 7

Feather-soft Landing on Moon Possible 5

Adamski Arrived London April 17 6

Von Braun on Russia's Lead 6

Russia Urges Space Fleet 6

Where Did They Get the idea From? 6

Oberth Says Again "We are being watched" 6

A Peep Behind the Curtain 6

World Round-Up
Farmer sees UFO Split Irish Oak
"Sound like rushing wind"
7
Mother Ship and Discs Seen in 19327
Glowing like fire7-8
Another Cigar Ship Sighting8
Flew Towards Iron Curtain8
White Man's Magic9
Granny Saw Mother Ship9
Now she Believes in Them9
Boy snaps UFO9

This is it!
The first International F.S. Contact Week-end
10-11

Wilbert B. SMITHA Parable of Science 12-14

Special editorial
Why this horror from space trend?15
Mystery Light Helps Search for Plane15
UFO over Netherlands15

W. Gordon ALLENSpacecraft over Mexico 16-19

A. R. HOLDENThe Herschel Theory of the Sun 20-21+25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 22-25

Panorama spotlights space events
Fine German Saucer Group26
A Scientific American UFO Researcher26-27
Centre of Interplanetary Studies27
New Swedish Group27
The UFO Investigations Bureau Civilian Research27
More About Queensland Flying Saucer Research Bureau27-28
The Spacemen and Flying Saucers28
Lectures on Flying Saucers28

Stellar Atmospheres 28

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHAimé MICHEL, FLYING SAUCERS AND THE STRAIGHT LINE MYSTERY , Carl Gustav JUNG, FLYING SAUCERS: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies 28+29
Review: Aimé MICHEL,FLYING SAUCERS AND THE STRAIGHT LINE MYSTERY - 1958, Carl Gustav JUNG,FLYING SAUCERS: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies - 1959

A. R. WEYLGravity and the Prospect for Astronautics 30-31+iii

Mail Bag
Belief Confirmed32+iii

Flying Saucers: Facr not Fiction iii

Late News
Swedish Contact Reportiv
Signs of Danish Flying Saucer Landingiv
Watch for this B.B.C. Saucer Programmeiv
3 Saucers Accompany Airliner!iv