Hawker Hurricane: From 1937-1950by Dominic Breffort, Nicolas Gohin (Illustrator), Alan McKay (Translator)
The Hawker Hurricane is actually Battle of Britain's number one fighter, even if the Spitfire is better known. Manned by the greatest British, Commonwealth and Allied fighter pilots, the Hurricane has flown its bulky fuselage from the sky of England to the Russian steppes, from the waters of the North Atlantic to the sands of the Western Desert. At last, the extraordinary career, if not the best known, of this unique fighter is given justice by this book.
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