HANDLEY PAGE HALIFAX OWNERS' WORKSHOP MANUAL 1939–52 (all marks)
An insight into the design, construction and operation of the RAF's Second World War heavy bomber
Autore: Jonathan Falconer
Della Haynes Publishing questi pratici manuali, abbondantemente illustrati a colori e in bianco e nero, che forniscono utili consigli per il restauro, la manutenzione e come portare in volo questi leggendari aerei.
The RAF’s four-engine Halifax bomber flew on most of the main raids over Germany in the Second World War, as well as in operations from Italy, in North Africa and the Far East, and after the war on the Berlin Air Lift. Jonathan Falconer reviews the design and operation of the Halifax and offers a detailed close-up look at its construction. Fascinating insights into the recovery and restoration of Halifax airframes include the RAF Museum’s Mk II (W1048) and the superb A Mk VII (NA337) in the National Air Force Museum of Canada.
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