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Supermarine Spitfire in Action - Aircraft No. 39 (original 1980; edition 1980)

by Jerry Scutts (Author), Don Greer (Illustrator), Rob Stern (Illustrator)

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Title:Supermarine Spitfire in Action - Aircraft No. 39
Authors:Jerry Scutts (Author)
Other authors:Don Greer (Illustrator), Rob Stern (Illustrator)
Info:Squadron/Signal Publications (1980), Edition: 1st, 58 pages
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Tags:military aviation, military history, WW II, Spitfire, RAF

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Supermarine Spitfire in Action - Aircraft No. 39 by Jerry Scutts (1980)

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At the time of its inception there was nothing to match the Supermarine Spitfire for sheer grace of line and, whilw onw might argue its claim to be the most esthetically appealling single seat fighter to emerge from the Second World War, there are surely few contenders for the title.
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