By Robert Bracken, Ron Lowry
;Spitfire II. The Canadians КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: The Boston turbines PressАвтор: Robert BrackenЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1999Количество страниц: 138ISBN: 1-55046-267-9Формат: pdf test NobodyРазмер: 99,2 mbSpitfire - The Canadians and Spitfire II - The Canadians either take the same method of the topic of Spitfires flown via Canadian pilots. either books are provided in tough disguise, 12" x nine" structure with top quality modern pages.The writer, Robert Bracken, completely makes use of the first-hand tales of the pilots to set up a sweeping and brilliant impact of Spitfire operations anyplace Canadians have been stationed. fifty eight person tales are similar within the first booklet, whereas 37 are instructed in Spitfire II. The tales in either books are collectively unique - the episodes in every one conceal from the conflict of england to the cessation of hostilities. The textual content has been skilfully edited to continue the first-hand impressions whereas ultimate wonderful and readable. A thread of wry humour runs via a few of these articles, as well as a good percentage of sincere self-reflection.Modellers will savor the massive variety of prime quality, fantastically reproduced wartime photographs in every one booklet. each one of these are a minimum of a half-page in dimension, with many full-page photos exhibiting brilliant aspect. the pictures are supported by way of Ron Lowry's beautiful color profiles - 39 within the first e-book and nine within the moment. those will offer abundant thought for modelling matters starting from the Mk. I all through to the Mk. 24. the 1st ebook offers 5 pages of distinctive plans via A.R. Clint. those plans disguise the Spitfire Vb, IXc, XIVe and XVIe; plus a chronology of comparative part profiles from the Mk. IIa to the XIVeSpitfire II additionally contains 9 infrequent wartime color pictures of plane and body of workers. the photographs of the all-blue PR.XI could be particularly fascinating to many fans. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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