Armstrong Withworth Whitley by Ken Wixey

By Ken Wixey

ASIN: B000VG0JXQ this is often the second one sequence of Warpaint. This sequence was once just like the 1st, yet integrated color illustrations and lined a much broader variety of plane kinds. The sequence makes a speciality of army plane from the second one international conflict onwards, with an emphasis at the markings carried. each one booklet encompasses a concise written heritage of the topic coated, illustrated with color and b+w photos - including color profiles and color multi-view drawings. The centre pages are dedicated to a 1:72 scale 5-view line drawings, with various scrap view of versions and information. A bankruptcy on operators and markings is incorporated. Appendices tabulate devices, serial numbers, tail codes and so on.

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