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P-51 Mustang (Paperback)

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By Martin W Bowman
Imprint: Pen & Sword Aviation
Series: Images of War
Pages: 144
Illustrations: 120 black and white illustrations
ISBN: 9781526746399
Published: 30th January 2022


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Today, the Mustang is a living legend and is remembered as probably the finest long-range single-seat piston-engined fighter ever built.

Here, in words and images, the esteemed aviation historian Martin Bowman tells the story of an aircraft that continues to provoke enthusiastic praise.

We look at the Mustang's involvement in the Second World War and the Korean War, as well as other conflicts and engagements.

This new addition to the Images of War series serves as a tribute to an aircraft with a particularly impressive wartime record, the legacy of which is still felt today.

The book is therefore presented as an excellent guide for the historian and for the model maker. If the operational part of the history of the aircraft is quite short (and it could not be otherwise given the great use and diffusion of the aircraft), that of the genesis of the aircraft is extremely interesting.

Read the full review here

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About Martin W Bowman

Martin W. Bowman is one of Britain’s best-known aviation historians and authors. 

His previous books have included works such as Legend of the Lancaster, Confounding the Reich, Duxford and the Big Wings, Clash of Eagles, Lost Wings of World War I and numerous titles in the exhaustive Air War series providing extensive coverage of operations carried out on D-Day and during the Market-Garden offensive at Arnhem. 

He lives in Norwich.

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