Lancaster: the history of Britain's most famous World War II bomber

Christopher Chant, Author

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Maker and Role
Christopher Chant, Author
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"This book traces the development and operational record of the Lancaster, from first-line bomber service in World War II to later developments including the Lincoln bomber, York and Lancastrian transports, and the Shackleton maritime reconnaissance aircraft, which itself evolved into an airborne early warning aircraft that remained in service up to 1992.
With over 110 colour and black-and-white photographs and artworks illustrating the Lancaster in action and from all angles, this book tells the spectacular and enthralling story of this legendary aircraft, and of the men who flew it to victory." - inside front cover.
Physical Description
96 pages : illustrations , photographs (some colour) ;29 cm
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Christopher Chant. 2003. Lancaster: the history of Britain's most famous World War II bomber, PUB-2017-14. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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