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USAAF Aircraft Weapons of WWII (NEW STOCK IN A FEW DAYS)  9789198477603

USAAF Aircraft Weapons of WWII (NEW STOCK IN A FEW DAYS)

9789198477603

€ 29.31
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Series Aircraft Pictorial Series 1

Publisher/Brand Canfora Form & Förlag

Author Tom Laemlein

Format A4L

No. Pages 160

Version Soft cover

Language English

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory WW2 US Aircraft

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Product description

This book focuses on the war-winning weaponry of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. With 160 pages containing more than 300 photos, it offers stunning visual details of the machine guns, cannons, bombs, and rockets carried into battle by USAAF bombers, fighters, and attack aircraft.

Many of the photos and illustrations in this book, some of them in colour, are good enough to be displayed in full-page format. The images deliver the gritty details of USAAF armaments' use down to their nuts and rivets, and the high-velocity rounds they fired. This is a unique photo-study, with many of the photos never-before-published.



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