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Although all the major nations involved in World War I almost simultaneously adopted a policy of long-distance bombing attacks, only Britain and Germany had the industrial backing to carry out this policy on any appreciable scale. This is the story of the evolution of the Handley Page and Vickers bombers originally developed to carry out strategic bombardment of German targets but which, adapted to serve as passenger transports, became post-war airliners and long-range exploration aircraft. More than ninety photos, eight color profiles, black-and-white line drawings, color covers. Fifty pages, soft cover, landscape format.
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Book Description Squadron/Signal Publications, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0897475054