In the summer of 1940 Hurricanes of the RAF Fighter Command won lasting fame during the Battle of Britain when they accounted for more enemy aircraft shot down than all the other defences combined. The Hurricane went on to become one of Britain's principal fighter and ground-attack aircraft of the war period, fulfilling a wide range of contrasting roles.
Condition: Brand New
Binding type: Paperback
Publisher: Haynes Publishing Group
Year published: 2017-11-27
Number of pages: 176