(regardless of the number or variety of titles ordered)
Books on British Aircraft Manufacturers in the Golden Age
Following is a series of individual books that takes the reader through a comprehensive photographic historic journey of British aeronautical history beginning in the 1900s. By the late 1920s world-wide civil aviation was moving from being a public curiosity to a practical means of transport and recreation. World War I was the catalyst for this technological advancement. The Golden Age of Aviation saw continued progress leading to aircraft advancement in World War II. The books take you through postwar aircraft progression into the Jet Age for those aircraft manufacturing companies that survived the first half of the 20th Century.
Each book has/is: 128 pgs, SB, 6.5 x 9.25, approximately 200+ photos w/detailed captions. $18.99 (Other British books listed also).
Avro Lancaster - Owners' Workshop Manual
Avro Lancaster - Combat Legend
Avro Vulcan - Owners' Workshop Manual
British Battleships 1914-18 (1): The Early Dreadnoughts