The Great Book of World War II Airplanesby Random House Value Publishing, Roger Freeman, Robert Grinsell, Frederick A. Johnsen, David A. Anderton
In the history of aviation the second world war represents a classic period in the refinement and perfection of the propeller driven military flying machine. The twelve aircraft featured in this book, designed and built amidst the heat and urgency of war as formidable weapons of destruction, were also marvels of modern technology embodying all that men would know about flying until the appearance of the turbine engine.
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- 10.73(w) x 13.40(h) x 2.29(d)
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