Series: Histoire de l’Aviation

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Le Potez 25 by Collectifn° 1
SO.4050 Vautour by Alain Crosniern° 2
Le Morane Saulnier MS.406 by Équipe rédactionnelle d'Avionsn° 5
Guynemer : Les avions d'un as by Bernard Klaeylén° 6
Le SNCASE Aquilon by Jean Marie Galln° 8
Les avions Caudron : Tome I by André Hauetn° 11
Les avions Caudron : Tome II by André Hauetn° 12
Le Bloch MB-152 by Serge Joannen° 13
Chasseurs d'assaut : Histoire de la Jagdgeschwader 4 by Éric Mombeekn° 14
Les avions de Pierre Levasseur by Michel Ledetn° 16
Samourai Sur Porte-Avions (CARRIER-BORNE SAMURAI - English-language captions by Neil Page) by Michel Ledetn° 17
Les Avions Potez by Jean-Louis Corollern° 20
L'Aviation Française en Indochine : 1910-1945 by Christophe Conyn° 21
Les Curtiss H-75 de l'Armée de l'Air [Collection Histoire de l’Aviation N° 22] by Lionel Persynn° 22
La saga Étendard, vol.1 by Jean Marie Galln° 23
La saga Étendard, vol.2 by Jean Marie Galln° 24
V1, arme du désespoir. Nouvelle Edition ! by Yannick DELEFOSSEn° 29
Morane-Saulnier : Ses avions, ses projets by Henri Lacazen° 30
Les monoréacteurs Dassault à aile delta, tome 4 : Mirage III/5/50 en service à l'étranger by Bernard Cheneln° 33
Les avions Breguet, vol. 1 : L'ère des biplans by Henri Lacazen° 34

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