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XyZspineZyX
06-23-2003, 08:59 PM
Lancaster:

The Lancaster Manual is reprinted from the official manuals originally produced by the Air Ministry for the personnel who actually flew and maintained the aircraft. All the essential technical details, including instructions for ground crews, handling and flying notes, electrical and radio equipment, airframe design and armament, are to be found within these pages, affording a uniquely authoritative � indeed definitive � reference source on the Lancaster Marks I and III.

228 x 156mm 532 pp Fully Illustrated Hardback ISBN 1-85367-568-7


Spitfire:

This detailed, technical manual reveals the secrets behind the Spitfire's success. It examines the Spitfire's engine, armament, controls, design and technical specifications to give a clear picture of the plane's strengths and limitations.

The Spitfire V Manual is a facsimile of the original Air Ministry workshop manual used by the personnel who flew and maintained the aircraft - and was first published in the 1940s.

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A technical manual detailing the workings of this famous aircraft
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Complete with technical diagrams, cockpit photographs and plans
*
Facsimile of authentic 1940s manual

222 x 141mm, 352 pages, 170 illustrations
Hardback ISBN 1-85637-545-8


Hurricane:

This detailed, technical manual reveals the technology behind the Hurricane's fighting ability. It examines the aircraft's engine, armament, controls, design and technical specifications to give a clear picture of the plane's strengths and limitations. Technical drawings, electrical plans and cockpit photographs support the text. The Hurricane II Manual is a facsimile of the original official workshop manual - used by the personnel who flew and maintained the aircraft - first published in the 1940s.

*
A technical manual detailing the workings of this famous aircraft
*
Complete with technical diagrams, cockpit photographs and plans
*
Facsimile of authentic 1940s manual


222 x 141mm, 384 pages, 140 illustrations Hardback ISBN 1-85637-544 X




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XyZspineZyX
06-23-2003, 08:59 PM
Lancaster:

The Lancaster Manual is reprinted from the official manuals originally produced by the Air Ministry for the personnel who actually flew and maintained the aircraft. All the essential technical details, including instructions for ground crews, handling and flying notes, electrical and radio equipment, airframe design and armament, are to be found within these pages, affording a uniquely authoritative � indeed definitive � reference source on the Lancaster Marks I and III.

228 x 156mm 532 pp Fully Illustrated Hardback ISBN 1-85367-568-7


Spitfire:

This detailed, technical manual reveals the secrets behind the Spitfire's success. It examines the Spitfire's engine, armament, controls, design and technical specifications to give a clear picture of the plane's strengths and limitations.

The Spitfire V Manual is a facsimile of the original Air Ministry workshop manual used by the personnel who flew and maintained the aircraft - and was first published in the 1940s.

*
A technical manual detailing the workings of this famous aircraft
*
Complete with technical diagrams, cockpit photographs and plans
*
Facsimile of authentic 1940s manual

222 x 141mm, 352 pages, 170 illustrations
Hardback ISBN 1-85637-545-8


Hurricane:

This detailed, technical manual reveals the technology behind the Hurricane's fighting ability. It examines the aircraft's engine, armament, controls, design and technical specifications to give a clear picture of the plane's strengths and limitations. Technical drawings, electrical plans and cockpit photographs support the text. The Hurricane II Manual is a facsimile of the original official workshop manual - used by the personnel who flew and maintained the aircraft - first published in the 1940s.

*
A technical manual detailing the workings of this famous aircraft
*
Complete with technical diagrams, cockpit photographs and plans
*
Facsimile of authentic 1940s manual


222 x 141mm, 384 pages, 140 illustrations Hardback ISBN 1-85637-544 X




http://www.wpafb.af.mil/museum/air_power/ap18a.jpg

XyZspineZyX
06-23-2003, 09:26 PM
Should have include the one on the Mosquito.

RAF Museum Series #6 The Mosquito Manual

Publisher(s): Arms and Armour Press (UK)
Hippocrene Books Inc. (USA)
ISBN: 0853683913 (UK), 0882544462 (USA)
Date Published: 1977
Format: Hardback, 351 pages.




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