The British bomber since 1914
Highly acclaimed for its comprehensive coverage of the aviation industries and their products, from the turn of the century to the present, this popular series includes an abundance of photos and highly accurate line drawings. Each volume provides fascinating evaluations of aircraft design and construction and complete histories of aircraft manufacturers.
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