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Profile Publications No. 132: de Havilland Tiger Moth
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"The origins of the Tiger Moth are directly traceable to the late Sir Geoffrey de Havilland's dissatisfaction with two of his early attempts at producing a light aeroplane."

Profile Publications No. 132: de Havilland Tiger Moth
Profile Publications
A.J. Jackson
Profile Publications Ltd., Leatherhead, Surrey
1966
Other, 16 pages

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No. 132 in the 'Aircraft in Profile' series.

Detailed description of the design, development and operational history of the de Havilland Tiger Moth, a 1930s British biplane.

Well illustrated with colour drawings by James Goulding and R. Ward, also many black and white photos.


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Profile Publications No. 132: de Havilland Tiger Moth
Submission date: 19/05/2019
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