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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory US Aircraft, ISBN/Box 9789086163045, Publisher/Brand Lanasta, Author Wim Nijenhuis, Format a4, No. Pages 190, Version hb, Language English
Photos often tell more than a thousand words can say. This book is an illustrated history of the North American Aviation production plants at Inglewood and Kansas City and the assembly lines of the B-25 Mitchell. Both plants produced the B-25 medium bomber during World War Two. The book tells the story of the plants and give an impression of the factories and the thousands of employees that worked every day in shifts to produce one of America’s finest airplanes. Many photos give the atmosphere of working in the factories and doing the tremendous job of producing nearly 10,000 examples of this great bomber. The workers in these factories were tens of thousands of men and women. They were the unsung heroes of World War Two, producing the airplanes. This book also gives a brief overview of American aircraft production during the Second World War, which countries operated the B-25s produced, and information about B-25 promotion, test pilots of the first flights and the ferrying of the new aircraft to the operational areas.
A completely new book about the production of the B25 Mitchell. Never before in this way attention hs been paid to the manufacturing of one of the world most well known airplanes, Supported by over 700 pictures this book gives a picture of the origin and history of the factories and the assembly of the Mitchells. It shows how many thousands of workers daily worked at the plants and among them also the many women who owing to demands went to work in the factories.
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