Brewster Model 239 by Kalevi Keskinen, Kari Stenman

By Kalevi Keskinen, Kari Stenman

Suomen Ilmavoimien Historia = historical past of the Finnish Air strength. Finnish language identify with English precis overlaying this editions carrier with the Finnish Air strength together with person airplane histories. 156 BW, five color pictures. four pp color Profiles. Scale Drawings. photograph captions are absolutely bi-lingual.

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