The Early History and Development of the Turbojet 1930-1960

Tony Kay
In the second and final volume of this complete history of the early years of the jet engine, Tony Kay covers all the countries to embark on jet engine development after the leads established by Great Britain and Germany before World War Two.
Most important amongst these countries, in terms of turbojet development, are the United States, France and the USSR, but the book also covers the engines produced by Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, Hungary, Japan and Italy.
The Early History and Development of the Turbojet 1930-1960 by Tony Kay
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About the author

Tony Kay has written widely on aeronautics and technical subjects. His engineering and technical background ranges from instruments to heavy engineering and he has, for decades, run his own optical instrument business. Tony is also a keen pilot. He is the author of German Jet Engine and Gas Turbine Development 1930-45 and The Early History and Development of the Turbojet [Crowood 2007]. Resident - W Sussex

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