British Aircraft: Airacobra Fighter. Tomahawk Fighter. Kittyhawk Fighter. Mustang Fighter. Hurricane I Fighter. Spitfire Fighter. Whirlwind Fighter. Lockheed Lightning Fighter. Blenheim I Long Range Fighter Bomber. Blenheim IV Medium Bomber. Beaufort Reconnaissance Torpedo Bomber. Beaufighter I Multi-Seat Fighter Bomber. Hudson Reconnaissance Bomber. Boston “Havoc” Night Fighter or Day Bomber. Wellington Bomber. Manchester Bomber. Lancaster I Bomber. Boeing II Fortress Bomber. Liberator Bomber. Striling Bomber. Halifax Bomber.
German Aircraft: Focke-Wulf Fw. 190 Fighter. Messerschmitt 109F Single-Seat Fighter. Messerschmitt Me. 109F Single Seat Fighter. Messerschmitt 110 Twin-Engine Fighter. Junkers 87B Dive Bomber. Junkers Ju 88 Long Range Bomber. Dornier 215 Reconnaissance Bomber. Dornier 217 E2 Bomber. Heinkel IIIK Mk. V Bomber. Heinkel He. 177 Bomber. Junkers Ju. 86 Troop Carrier. Junkers Ju. 52 Troop Carrier. Focke-Wulf 200 “Condor” Troop Carrier. Junkers Ju. 90 Troop Carrier.
BRITISH AND GERMAN AIRCRAFT 1943
Silhouettes of the most important British and German aircraft,with particulars of their functions dimensions and characteristics, originally published 1943. Intended as an accurate aircraft spotters hand book, and used by “Roof Spotters” and others, gives distinctive features with points to note printed in red. Originally published by the military publisher Gale & Polden, who are well-known for their Home Guard training manuals.