by Ron Dick; Dan Patterson
Who can forget the sights and sounds of the Battle of Britain, the pivotal struggle that so indelibly etched the powerful, elegant Spitfire in our memories? A wonderful look at this legendary fighter.
Along with a number of Spitfire models, this book contains photographs of the Spitfire Mk IIA of the RAF Battle of Britain Flight, the oldest airworthy Spitfire in the world, which actually saw combat in the Battle of Britain.
Text and historical photographs chronicle the evolution of aircraft designer Reginald Mitchell's Supermarine S.6B through World War II to the Spitfire Mk 24, still flying with auxiliary forces in 1955.
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