|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||May 1998|
|SIZE:||280 x 220 mm|
|INSIDE:||200 black & white photographs|
The Vickers Wellington was unique among British bombers in that it saw service throughout World War Two. Designed by the legendary Barnes Wallis, it formed the backbone of Bomber Command's onslaught against Germany in the early years of the war. Ken Delve traces the operational career of this remarkable aeroplane.
Illustrated with many rare and previously unpublished photographs, Vickers Armstrong Wellington is a fine tribute to a fine aeroplane and its gallant crews.
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