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Profile Publications No. 136: Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk I-IV (British & Commonwealth Service)
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"The use of this famous aircraft was too widespread, and the colours in which it fought too numerous, for its whole career to be dealt with in a single Profile. "

Profile Publications No. 136: Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk I-IV (British & Commonwealth Service)
Profile Publications
Ray Wagner (Ed.)
Profile Publications Ltd., Leatherhead, Surrey
1966
Other, 16 pages

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No. 136 in the 'Aircraft in Profile' series.
Compiled by Ray Wagner and the profile Publications Research Staff.

Detailed description of the design, development and operational history of the Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk I-IV (British & Commonwealth Service), variants of the famous American fighter and ground-attack aircraft.

"The story of the Curtiss P-40, from the prototype XP-30 to the production P-40C Tomahawk, is related in detail in Profile No. 35; and in the present publication the development and service of the P-40D to P-40N is described."

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


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