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British Aircraft Production Doubles (The Aeroplane 75 Years Ago)  Magazines

Posted by sawk2x at April 4, 2015
British Aircraft Production Doubles (The Aeroplane 75 Years Ago)

British Aircraft Production Doubles (The Aeroplane 75 Years Ago)
English | 80 pages | PDF | 91,2 MB
Picture History of World War II American Aircraft Production

Picture History of World War II American Aircraft Production by Joshua Stoff
English | Jan 1, 2013 | ISBN: 1306352029, 048627618X | 160 pages | AZW3/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 48 MB

Over 250 rare photographs depict one of the greatest industrial feats of World War II: the massive production of American military aircraft.
Special Focus On British Aircraft Production (The Aeroplane 75 Years Ago)

Special Focus On British Aircraft Production (The Aeroplane 75 Years Ago)
English | 92 pages | PDF | 118,5 MB

Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft Since 1913  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at July 15, 2009
Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft Since 1913

Oliver Tapper - Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft Since 1913
Putnam | 1973 | ISBN: 0370100042 | 390 pages | PDF | 279.03 MB

Armstrong Whitworth became concerned with aircraft production in 1913. From the veteran FK.8 biplane of 1916 to the Whitley and Albemarle bombers of WWII and the post war Argosy transport, this scarce Putnam volume traces the history of AW designs including projected, unbuilt designs. Missing: cover.

German Aircraft Industry and Production 1933-1945 (Repost)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Jan. 3, 2016
German Aircraft Industry and Production 1933-1945 (Repost)

Ferenc A. Vajda - German Aircraft Industry and Production 1933-1945
Airlife | 1998 | ISBN: 1853108642 | English | 330 Pages | PDF | 159.3 MB
F-18 Hornet in detail & scale Part 1: Developmental & Early Production Aircraft (D&S Vol. 6) (Repost)

Don Linn - F-18 Hornet in detail & scale Part 1: Developmental & Early Production Aircraft
Tab Books, Airlife Publishing | 1982 | ISBN: 0830680160, 085368524X | English | 76 pages | PDF | 23.27 MB
D&S Vol. 6
British Experimental Combat Aircraft of World War II - Prototypes, Research Aircraft, and Failed Production Designs

British Experimental Combat Aircraft of World War II - Prototypes, Research Aircraft, and Failed Production Designs
Hikoki Publications | 2012 | ISBN: 1902109244 | English | 268 pages | PDF | 215 MB

German Aircraft Industry and Production 1933-1945  

Posted by Димарик at April 27, 2013
German Aircraft Industry and Production 1933-1945

German Aircraft Industry and Production 1933-1945
1998 | ISBN: 1853108642 | English | 330 Pages | PDF | 159 MB
F-18 Hornet in detail & scale Part 1: Developmental & Early Production Aircraft (D&S Vol. 6) (Repost)

Don Linn - F-18 Hornet in detail & scale Part 1: Developmental & Early Production Aircraft
Tab Books, Airlife Publishing | 1982 | ISBN: 0830680160, 085368524X | 76 pages | PDF | 29.2 MB
D&S Vol. 6
Tupolev - The Man and His Aircraft: The Man and His Aircraft (Reference)

Tupolev - The Man and His Aircraft: The Man and His Aircraft (Reference)
Publisher: Society of Automotive Engineers Inc | ISBN: 1560918993 | edition 1996 | PDF | 241 pages | 16,68 mb

A History of the Design Bureau and its Aircraft Yefim Gordon & Vladimir Rigmant The origins of the design bureau that was to bear his name can be traced back to the appointment of Andrey Nikolayevich Tupolev as head of the TsAGI's Aviation Department in 1918. Over the years, nearly 300 projects have evolved within the OKB. Nearly 90 reached the prototype construction stage, with more than 40 types put into series production.In the 1930s, the TB-1 (ANT-4) and TB-3 (ANT-6) bombers, the latter being the world's first heavy strategic bomber, paved the way for the long line of large multi-engined aircraft both civil and military for which the OKB is justly famed. Wartime production of the SB and Tu-2 plus the remarkable 'reverse engineering' of the Boeing B-29 that resulted in the Tu-4 led on to the jet Tu-16 and prop Tu-95 bombers. These, in turn were adapted for civil purposes as the Tu-104 and Tu-114 airliners. The supersonic Tu-22 and Tu-22M bombers and the Tu-144 airliner, a move into pilotless aircraft and a host of imaginative but unbuilt projects complete a fascinating work.