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Aircam Aviation Series No. 6: Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk. I-IV
RCL#1957

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"Early in 1940 Curtiss Aviation sought to improve the performance of the successful Hawk 81A, the P-40 Tomahawk, which had enjoyed substantial orders from both the US and French governments, by the installation of a more powerful engine and an increased armament."

Aircam Aviation Series No. 6: Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk. I-IV
Aircam Aviation
Christopher F. Shores & Richard Ward
Osprey Publishing Ltd, London
1968
Book, 52 pages

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Aircam Aviation Series, No. 6
Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk. I-IV in RAF, SAAF, RAAF, RNZAF, NEIAF Service
Illustrated by Richard Ward, text by Christopher F. Shores.

"Each publication illustrates one type or major sub-types of a famous aircraft in the colour schemes and markings of the Air Forces of the World. Each issue contains eight pages of colour side view illustrations, supporting black and white plan view drawings showing where necessary both upper and under surfaces, and one hundred and twenty five half-tone photographs. Each issue also contains one full colour plate illustrating twenty examples of Unit Insignia of the World's Air Forces."

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