Mason, Francis K.


1st ed., 1962. 175 pp., cold., frontis., + ills., + b&w photo-ills., + ills. D.j., 25 x 19cm. Nr.FINE. This book traces the events which led to the conception of the Hurricane design, the most heavily committed Allied fighter during the first year of World War II, and pays tribute to the test pilots and others responsible for its early development life. The many exploits of Hurricanes and their wartime pilots are recounted and a record given of the individual aircraft built. Finally, there is a technical reference chapter with general arrangement drawings of the principal Hurricane variants.

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