British Experimental Turbojet Aircraft

British Experimental Turbojet Aircraft
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ISBN: 9781861268600
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From pioneering jets to the foundations of some of today's most successful aircraft, the experimental aircraft of the post-war years represent the most exciting years of British aviation. This book tells their remarkable stories, of the triumphs and frustrations of experimentation at the cutting edge of aeronautical design.

The author

Barry Jones left the RAF to become an artist for the Inter Services Aircraft Recognition Journal folled by five years with Flight magazine and six years in the Technical Publication Dept at Vickers Armstrong. He is a regular contributor to Aeroplane Monthly.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9781861268600
Illustrations: 130 color artworks, 247 b-w photographs
Size: 8.625 in x 11 in x 0.625 in / 219.08 mm x 279.4 mm x 15.875 mm
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