Supermarine Spitfire V Vol. 1

Supermarine Spitfire V Vol. 1

Author: Wojtek Matusiak

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ISBN: 8366549127

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The two volumes describe Spitfire Vs used by Polish pilots in Britain during 1941-1945.

The two volumes describe Spitfire Vs used by Polish pilots in Britain during 1941-1945. This vol. 1 covers Polish 302-308 Squadrons, while vol. 2 will cover 315-318 Squadrons plus allied units. The books include listings of losses and of officially credited victories. Each volume has about 200 photographs (many of which have not been published before) and 36 color profiles (plus top and bottom views of representative aircraft).



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