Taylor, John W. R.
Ian Allan, 1970. 96 pages. Illustrated in b/w and colours. Bound.
Aircraft ’71. This book tells about the most interesting and exciting aspects of aviation’s past and future. A fascinating collection of photographs, many of them not previously published, make this volume a ‘must’ for the serious aviation buff. Read about the Concorde–the first of the supersonic transports, and the difficulties that have surrounded this project since its inception. There is also a chapter on little-known but fascinating aspects of Military Aviation in India. The maritime role of the RAF reveals amazing facts about that branch of the service. Of great interest is the detailed study of the Russian airline, Aeroflot, the world’s largest airline – photos, facts and figures, fascinating details. A nice copy.
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