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English 40 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Collecting)
AirArchive Book 2 -
AIRCRAFT OF THE 1920-1939 GOLDEN AGE
After the end of WW1 in late 1918, thousands of military aircraft, of
all types, were burned in huge bonfires or otherwise destroyed as
nations disarmed. All this led to very hard times for the aircraft
industry that had previously been developing and building aircraft at
a vast rate. But new types did trickle through
and the aircraft industry worldwide, did manage to hang on, mak
ing the most of what military and civil orders haphazardly came
along, until the worsening international political situation in the
ear y 1930s began to prompt moves to progressive re armament
and demands for more capable military aircraft of al types.
This volume of the AirArchive series concentrates on some of the
Most famous, glamorous aircraft of that Golden Age'.
ln Book 2:-
GRUMMAN F3F.2
Type history
Flying colours - service colour schemes
Scale drawings 1:40
Detail close-ups
F3FSketchpage
CURTISS HAWK P-6E
Type history
Flying colours service colour schemes
Scale drawings 1:40
HAWKER FURY
Type h story
Flying colours - service colour schemes
Scale drawings 1:40
De HAVILLAND DH82a TIGER MOTH
Type history
Tiger Moth sketch page
Flying colours ' service colour schemes
Tiger Moth in detail
Scale drawings 1:40
COMPER SWIF'I
Type history
Scale drawings T:40
ln detail close up
Colour Schemes
read more read less

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AirArchive Book 2 AirArchive Book 2 - AIRCRAFT OF THE 1920-1939 GOLDEN AGE After the end of WW1 in late 1918, thousands of military aircraft, of all types, were burned in huge bonfires or otherwise destroyed as nations disarmed. All this led to very hard times for the aircraft industry that had previously been developing and building aircraft at a vast rate. But new types did trickle through and the aircraft industry worldwide, did manage to hang on, mak ing the most of what military and civil orders haphazardly came along, until the worsening international political situation in the ear y 1930s began to prompt moves to progressive re armament and demands for more capable military aircraft of al types. This volume of the AirArchive series concentrates on some of the Most famous, glamorous aircraft of that Golden Age'. ln Book 2:- GRUMMAN F3F.2 Type history Flying colours - service colour schemes Scale drawings 1:40 Detail close-ups F3FSketchpage CURTISS HAWK P-6E Type history Flying colours service colour schemes Scale drawings 1:40 HAWKER FURY Type h story Flying colours - service colour schemes Scale drawings 1:40 De HAVILLAND DH82a TIGER MOTH Type history Tiger Moth sketch page Flying colours ' service colour schemes Tiger Moth in detail Scale drawings 1:40 COMPER SWIF'I Type history Scale drawings T:40 ln detail close up Colour Schemes


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AirArchive Book 2 -
AIRCRAFT OF THE 1920-1939 GOLDEN AGE
After the end of WW1 in late 1918, thousands of military aircraft, of
all types, were burned in huge bonfires or otherwise destroyed as
nations disarmed. All this led to very hard times for the aircraft
industry that had previously been developing and building aircraft at
a vast rate. But new types did trickle through
and the aircraft industry worldwide, did manage to hang on, mak
ing the most of what military and civil orders haphazardly came
along, until the worsening international political situation in the
ear y 1930s began to prompt moves to progressive re armament
and demands for more capable military aircraft of al types.
This volume of the AirArchive series concentrates on some of the
Most famous, glamorous aircraft of that Golden Age'.
ln Book 2:-
GRUMMAN F3F.2
Type history
Flying colours - service colour schemes
Scale drawings 1:40
Detail close-ups
F3FSketchpage
CURTISS HAWK P-6E
Type history
Flying colours service colour schemes
Scale drawings 1:40
HAWKER FURY
Type h story
Flying colours - service colour schemes
Scale drawings 1:40
De HAVILLAND DH82a TIGER MOTH
Type history
Tiger Moth sketch page
Flying colours ' service colour schemes
Tiger Moth in detail
Scale drawings 1:40
COMPER SWIF'I
Type history
Scale drawings T:40
ln detail close up
Colour Schemes
read more read less
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