By Stuart Howe
The 1st quantity within the quantity set lines the historical past of the Mosquito from its first flight in November 1940 via to its creation and lots of editions. The aircrafts diverse post-war makes use of are defined in roles starting from oil prospecting and air racing to aerial survey. advised in images with prolonged captions and color sections, this reprinted quantity 1 combines with the recent quantity 2 to offer over 1,000 photos, making them crucial interpreting for any Mosquito fanatic.
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