By John Connors
The SPAD corporation was once one of many major French brands to provide Fighter plane in WWI. contains the Spad A.2, Spad 7.C.1, Spad 12.Ca.1, Spad 13.C.1, Spad 17, Spad 21, Spad 14, Spad 22, and Spad 24 versions. additionally covers the British Spad 7s, in addition to Spads in American carrier. 118 b/w photographs, 39 line drawings, 10 full-color drawings. 50 pages.
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