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Aircraft in Profile: Volume 01 by Martin C. Windrow1
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 02 by Martin C. Windrow2
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 03 by Martin C. Windrow3
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 04 by Martin C. Windrow4
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 05 by General Editor Martin C. Windrow5
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 06 by Martin C. Windrow6
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 07 by Martin C. Windrow7
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 08 by Martin C. Windrow8
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 09 by Charles W. Cain9
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 10 by Charles W. Cain10
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 11 by Charles W. Cain11
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 12 by Charles W. Cain12
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 13 by Charles W. Cain13
Aircraft in Profile: Volume 14 by Charles W. Cain14

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Recommendations

  1. The Aircraft Recognition Manual by C. H. Gibbs-Smith
  2. Fighters, Volume 1: Great Britain by J. M. Bruce (1970)
  3. War Planes of the Second World War, Volume One : Fighters by William Green (1960)
  4. Soviet Air Force fighters Part 1 by William Green (1977)
  5. Hawker Aircraft Since 1920 by Francis K. Mason (1971)
  6. Royal Air Force Bombers of World War Two Volume One by Philip J.R. Moyes (1971)
  7. Fighter Aircraft of the 1914-1918 War by W. M. Lamberton (1964)
  8. Italian civil and military aircraft, 1930-1945 by Jonathan W. Thompson (1963)
  9. Koku-Fan; July 1984 by Koku-Fan
  10. Aircraft in Profile Volume 1/Part One by Charles W. Cain (1975)
  11. The English Electric Canberra Mk.I & IV by Kenneth Munson
  12. English Electric Canberra by Roland Beamont (1984)
  13. Heinkel: an aircraft album by Paul St. John Turner (1970)
  14. Japanese Naval Air Force Camouflage and Markings World War II by Donald W. Thorpe (1977)
  15. Koku-Fan; May 1984 by Koku-Fan

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