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aircraft of the world.
|Statement||[By] William Green and Gerald Pollinger.|
|Contributions||Pollinger, Gerald John, 1925- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TL670 .G883 1955|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||56030617|
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Each aircraft has it's own foldout section to show about the intricacies of that particular aircraft, including many photos from different angles to show you the entire aircraft. The publishers took a long time to gather all the information and put it together under one title - 3/5(9). This comprehensive guide to the aircraft of World War II features more than military aircraft in service between and Each aircraft is covered in detail with feature boxes outlining its development, technical specifications, performance data, and variants/5(28).
: Aircraft of the World - The Complete Guide. Seven Volume Ring Binder Complete Set. 1, Aircraft.: Fine; see scans and description. Pittsburgh: International Masters Publishers, A gorgeous, massive seven-volume set of quarto D-Ring binders, each one glossy aircraft of the world.
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Illustrated with detailed artworks of combat aircraft and th /5. Get this from a library. The aircraft of the world. [William Green; Gerald John Pollinger] -- "Details and illustrations of all aircraft types known to be flying today () irrespective of age, importance or nationality." Intro.
Amateur-built aircraft are covered selectively. Arranged by. (Subject: Aviation - General) Following the success of ABC RAF Aircrafrt of World War II, it was natural to consider publishing similar books dealing with aircraft which fought on the enemy side.
This is the first of those publications from Used Very Good Dust jacket shows shelf wear. tiny spot on outside pages (photo), Book is tight and pages are clean. Hard cover w/ dust jacket. " x 5". Aircraft of World War 2 Book - Development, Weaponry & Specifications | eBaySeller Rating: % positive.
THE MOST FAMOUS AIRCRAFT EVER BUILT Provides an accessible, authoritative guide to 52 of the world’s greatest military aircraft of the last hundred years Features aircraft used in both World Wars, Vietnam, Korea, and recent conflicts such as Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria Includes more than artworks and photographs, showing each aircraft from a number of perspectives Each Brand: Amber Books.
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There are three classes of aircraft: landplanes, seaplanes, and amphibians; then within these. Aircraft of World War II details the design and specifications of 75 of the most important warplanes used during the conflict, from the venerable Fairey Swordfish biplane, through legendary aircraft such as the Supermarine Spitfire and Douglas C Dakota, to the Messerschmitt Me, the first operational jet fighter.
Presenting the information in an innovative format, the book features three Pages: The latest book from Detail & Scale is a unique look at all of the American carrier-based fighters, scout/dive bombers, and torpedo bombers of World War II. Each of the well-known aircraft types are covered, but so too are the lesser known aircraft that 5/5(1).
There are a total of [ ] WW2 British Aircraft () entries in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z).
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