Liberators in England in World War II: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

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The Consolidated B24 Liberator was built in greater numbers than any other American aircraft in history, and in more versions than any other aircraft up to that time. It served on every front in World War II, and with now fewer than 15 Allied nations. It had an unusual layout - dictated by the slender Davis wing placed above its tall bomb bays. This wing was very efficient in cruising flight, which combined with the aircraft's great fuel capacity to give the B-24 longer effective range than any land plane of its day. The B ...

Liberators in England in World War II: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives 2009, Pen & Sword Books

ISBN-13: 9781844158218

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