Celebrating more than 250 models, a celebration of the finest aircraft ever flown highlights military and civilian planes and is accompanied by lavish, full-color photographs and illustrations.
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Since the Wright brothers first showed the world how to fly, the innovations made in aircraft technology have been varied and often wildly successful for various reasons. Discover some of the finest aircrafts ever made.About the Author:
Christopher Chant is a successful writer on aviation and modern military matters, and has a substantial number of authoritative titles to his credit. He was born in Cheshire, England, in December 1945, spending his childhood in East Africa, where his father was an officer in the Colonial Service. He returned to the UK for his education at the King's School, Canterbury (1959-64) and at Oriel College, Oxford (1964-68). He has written extensively on aviation, transport and military subjects, with more than 50 books now to his credit, including War in the Air, Air Forces of the World, Encyclopedia of World Aircraft, The History of the RAF, Presidents of the United States and Sky Warriors.
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Descripción Caxton Editions, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1840671106