Major Piston Aero Engines of World War II
|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||1998|
|INSIDE:||172 b/w photographs plus line drawings and cut-away drawings|
This book looks at the design and development of the most famous engines used by the combatants during this great air war.
Each type is studied and evaluated in historical perspective and many famous aircraft are illustrated to demonstrate installation and differing usage. One Merlin makes a Spitfire, two a Mosquito and four a Lancaster. Engines made in America, Russia and Germany could boast the same versatility and are described here in detail.
A vast number of super illustrations make Victor Bingham's book a feast of visual information and an essential item for anybody even remotely interested in aeroplane engines. - PILOT .
. . .will delight all those interested in engines. FLYPAST