Series: Kookaburra Technical Publications

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The Hawker Hurricane Described by Francis K. Mason1-1
Commonwealth Boomerang Described by Geoffrey Pentland1-2
Lockheed P-38 Lightning Described by Roy Cross1-3
Westland Whirlwind Described by Bruce Robertson1-4
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 Described, Part 1 by Geoffrey Pentland1-5
Messerschmitt Me 262 Described, Part 1 by Kenneth A. Merrick1-6
Messerschmitt Me 262 Described, Part 2 by Kenneth A. Merrick1-7
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt Described, Part 1 by Geoff Duval1-8
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 & Ta 152 Described, Part 2 by Anthony Shennan1-9
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt Described, Part 2 by Geoff Duval1-9
Combat aircraft of the Battle of Britain by Noel Shennan1-10
Albatros Scouts Described by Charles Schaedel2-1
Sopwith Snipe Described by Anthony Shennan2-2
Markings of the Aces: 8th U.S. Air Force, Book 1 by Theodore R. Bennett3-1
Wirraway & Boomerang Markings by Geoffrey Pentland3-2
Warplanes of the RAAF :Fighters 1921-69 by Kookaburra Technical Publications3-3
Markings Of The Aces, Part 2: U.S. Navy, Book 1 by Richard Hill3-4
Spitfire Markings of the RAAF, Part 1 by Frank Smith3-5
Spitfire Markings of the RAAF, Part 2 by Frank Smith3-6
Markings of the Aces: U.S. Navy, Book 2 by Charles Graham3-7

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