Britain's Airlines 1946-1951: 1946-51
The smaller, independent British airlines tend to be forgotten in the telling of British aviation history. This book, the first of three volumes, looks at developments before and during WWII, nationalization and post-war aviation policy, business opportunities, and manufacturing policy up to the Berlin airlift and its aftermath.
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