Biplanes, Triplanes and Seaplanesby Michael Sharpe
From the dawn of aviation until the end of World War II--the "golden age" of flight--these 300 influential multi-wing aircraft ruled the skies. Among the classics of the pioneering years and beyond: the Sopwith Camel, the Red Baron's Fokker Triplane, the Fairey Swordfish, and the Consolidated Catalina, as well as popular civil aircraft like the Tiger Moth and Supermarine S.5.
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This is a terrific collection of handbooks and price can't be beat. I gave the book on jets only four stars because the single side-view of each plane is limiting. But these planes do just fine with only a side view, so...5 stars! A must-have for history buffs and plane enthusiasts.