Series: Mini in Action

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Seversky P-35 - MINI in action No. 1 by Larry Davis1
P-26 by Larry Davis2
North American A/RA-5 Vigilante - MINI in action No. 3 by Terry Love3
A-10 Warthog - MINI in action No. 4 by Ken Neubeck4
Ryan FR-1 Fireball - MINI in action No. 5 by Ernest McDowell5
H-13 Sioux - MINI in action No. 6 by Wayne Mutza6
Grumman JF Duck - Mini in Action No. 7 by Timothy Hosek7
F-82 Twin Mustang - Mini in Action No. 8 by Larry Davis8

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  1. A-26 Invader in action - Aircraft No. 134 by Jim Mesko (1993)
  2. Convair B-36 Peacemaker: A Photo Chronicle (Schiffer Military History) by Meyers K. Jacobsen (1999)
  3. Arab Air Forces by Charles Stafrace (1994)
  4. USAAF Handbook, 1939-1945 by Martin W. Bowman (1997)
  5. Warthog: Flying the A-10 in the Gulf War by William L. Smallwood (1993)
  6. A-10 Thunderbolt II Units of Operation Enduring Freedom 2002-07 (Combat Aircraft) by Gary Wetzel (2013)
  7. America's Hundred Thousand: U.S. Production Fighters of World War II by Francis H. Dean (1997)
  8. Flying Scoreboards: Aircraft Mission & Kill Markings - Aircraft Specials series (6061) by Ernest R. McDowell (1993)
  9. B-17: Combat Missions: Fighters, Flak, and Forts: First-hand Accounts of Mighty 8th Operations Over Germany by Martin Bowman (2007)
  10. Hawker Hunter in Color by Robbie Robinson (1986)
  11. Vought F-8 Crusader by Peter Mersky (1986)
  12. Spitfire: The Biography by Jonathan Glancey (2006)
  13. The Lockheed P-38 Lightning by Warren M. Bodie (1991)
  14. Air Power: The Men, Machines, and Ideas That Revolutionized War, from Kitty Hawk to Iraq by Stephen Budiansky (2003)
  15. The Military Jets Aircraft Guide by David Donald (1998)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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