By Carlo Demand
Forty-six exact, actual renderings of warring parties, bombers, transports, and so forth. comprises "Enola Gay," eastern 0, British Spitfire, German Komet jet fighter, many others. Captions comprise unique coloring info, army position and association of airplane, producer, different info. All illustrations copyright-free. thirteen planes in colour on covers. Publisher's notice.
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