The World's Greatest Aircraft

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Book Sales, Incorporated, May 15, 2008 - Transportation - 448 pages
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Since the Wright brothers first showed the world how to fly, the innovations made in aircraft technology have been varied and often wildly successful for various reasons. Discover some of the finest aircrafts ever made.

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Published in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, America's foremost authority in history and science.

Michael J. H. Taylor began writing at the age of 19, and has published more than 120 books on aviation and aerospace subjects, following in the footsteps of his father, the renowned aviation writer and editor, John W. R. Taylor, OBE. He planned, wrote and edited the five-volume "Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation" (1980), and also edited the annually produced "Jane's Aviation Review" and the monthly "Aircraft Illustrated". He is Chief Editor of "Brassey's World Aircraft & Systems Directory" (1st edition, 1996) and has written a historical novel, "The Angel of Wessex".

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