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British Post-War Airliners: An A to Z of UK Aircraft 1945-2000 volume 2  9781840337686

British Post-War Airliners: An A to Z of UK Aircraft 1945-2000 volume 2 (Stenlake Publishing 9781840337686)

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Category:Aviation Books
Publisher:Stenlake Publishing
Author:Arthur W. J. G. Ord-Hume
No. Pages:172
Availability:In stock

This product was added to our database on Monday 23 October 2017.

Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Airliners, ISBN/Box 9781840337686, Publisher Stenlake Publishing, Author Arthur W. J. G. Ord-Hume, No. Pages 172, Version sb, Language English

This volume complements the even larger British Post-War Airliners: An A to Z of UK Aircraft 1945-2000. Pitched somewhere between diatribe, melancholy, jubilation and celebration the author treads one of his favourite themes namely a British industry endlessly innovative for decades with a present-day dominated by the Americans, It's a typical British story of inept government meddling and misunderstanding, missed opportunities and glorious failure although this isn't quite the whole story (far from it this is just a blurb and the book is 172 pages long and its companion volume another 256) and we still have some success stories like the Britten-Islander.

198 illustrations

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