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Synopsis: Alexandr S. Yakovlev was one of the most versatile aircraft designers of his age, but he had the misfortune to work in the USSR which made him almost unknown to the outside world. In 1926-27 he built his first aeroplane and from then on he designed structures which were, time and again, ahead of their time. In 1934, he was offered a derelict bed factory which he shortly transformed into a major design and manufacturing plant. From those premises came, to mention just some, a spate of sporting and training aircraft which gained many world-class records: the chief family of Soviet single-seat fighters of World War II, the Yak-1, -3, -7 and -9 of which 36,769 were built. He built the first jet to fly in the USSR and the first Soviet transport helicopters. Later came the principal Soviet radar-equipped interceptors, from which stemmed many other types of tactical twin-jet, including the Soviet counterpart to the U-2. Yakovlev died in 1989, and today his design bureau, still on the site of the old bed factory, is the giant Yak Aircraft Corporation. It produces the most important Russian twin-jet airliner, a diverse group of general-aviation aircraft, an advanced jet trainer and light-attack aircraft and, in conjunction with the Museum of Flying in California, replicas of the Yak-3 wartime fighter. This volume is a detailed analysis of all these and many other aircraft.
Title: Yakovlev Aircraft Since 1924 (Putnam's ...
Publisher: Brassey's: Putnam Aeronautical
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Putnam, London, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. First Ediition, 3rd Impression. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 232 pages plus 3 pages index. Many b/w photos. Ex-library copy. Bookseller Inventory # 007103
Book Description Putnam, 1997. First Edition. A tidy hardback in tight binding; dust jacket not price-clipped, but with scratch in front panel Used - Very Good. VG hardback in VG dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS219672I
Book Description London: Putnam Aeronautical, 1997., 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Hard cover book in very good condition with dust jacket also in very good condition. Shelfwear to edges of jacket. Some marks to fore-edge of text block. Page edges lightly tanned. 4to. 235pp. Bookseller Inventory # 11211
Book Description Putnam,, London, 1997. (Codice AV/4655) In 4º (27,7x21 cm) 235 pp. Richly illustrated in b/w. Hardcover, gilted title, dust jacket, price clipped. FINE. Euro 45.00 All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging. Bookseller Inventory # AV4655
Book Description Putnam, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Like New. Dust Jacket Condition: Like New. First Edition. Publisher's hardback, firm and square with sharp corners, not showing any wear, snags or splits; complete with original dustjacket, which is crisp and bright with no tears or chips. Contents sound and clean with no pen-marks, inscriptions etc. Not from a library so no such stamps or labels. A nearly new seemingly unread copy. Bookseller Inventory # 068190
Book Description Putnam Aeronautical, Brassey's. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 0851778720 Dust jacket and book are in very good condition, clean, has a very good binding, no marks or notations. Bookseller Inventory # E1006448
Book Description London: Putnam , 1997. OKart. mit OUmschlag, 235 Seiten mit zahlreichen SW-Abbildungen im Text, 4°, nahezu unbeschädigt, sehr guter Zustand. Book Language/s: en. Bookseller Inventory # A16235
Book Description Putnam, London, 1997. 4to. pp 235. Black and white photos and illustrations throughout. ISBN: 0851778720 Fine in fine dust wrapper. First Edition. Hardback. Dust Jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 56626
Book Description London 1997, Putnam, UK first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 8 1/2 x 11, glossy page stock, 235 pages, many illus & line drawings, appendices, index. PUTNAM AVIATION SERIES. -------------------------------Following a succession of experimental glider projects Aleksandr S Yakovlev built his first aeroplane, the AIR-1, in 1926. By 1934 he had transformed a derelict Moscow bed factory into a major design and manufacturing plant. From these premises came, to mention just some, a spate of sporting and training aircraft which gained many world class records; the chief family of Soviet single-seat fighters of World War II, the Yak-1, -3, -7 and -9 of which 36,769 were built, the largest number of any fighter family in aviation history He built the first Soviet transport helicopter, and was a pioneer of jet flight in the USSR. Later came the principal Soviet radar-equipped interceptors, from which stemmed many other types of tactical twin-jet including the Soviet counterpart to the U-2.-----------------------------Yakovlev died in 1989, and today his design bureau, still on the site of the old bed factory, is the giant Yakovlev Aircraft Corporation. It produces and develops a range of combat aircraft, a number of important airliners and a diverse group of general-aviation aircraft. In conjunction with the Museum of Flying in California Yakovlev also constructs replicas of the Yak-3 wartime fighter.Yakovlev Aircraft since 1924 is a unique collaboration between Bill Gunston and Moscow-based Yefim Gordon. Through unprecedented access to the archives of the Yakovlev Aircraft Corporation, the authors present the definitive work of reference complete with over 300 illustrations for the historian and aviation enthusiast alike. Bookseller Inventory # 33780
Book Description Brassey's: Putnam Aeronautical, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110851778720