4 edition of RAF fighters of World War 2. found in the catalog.
RAF fighters of World War 2.
Alan W. Hall
Bibliography: p. 64.
|Statement||Alan W. Hall.|
|Series||Airfix magazine guide : 6|
|LC Classifications||UG1242.F5 H34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||76376081|
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Published in'RAF Fighters of World War 2' is No 6 in the 'Airfix Magazine Guide' series. The book is fairly short, and gives a very brief history of each fighter aircraft type used by the RAF in the period, supported by some reasonably good photos.
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