The Mosquito Log by Alexander McKee (Souvenir Press, £14.95) TO MARK the fiftieth anniversary of the birth of the Mosquito, that remarkable wooden fighter bomber, war historian Alexander McKee has written a fascinating history based on eye witness accounts by pilots and crews. Made from New Zealand beech wood and plywood, the Mosquito was one of the finest twin engined aeroplanes of World War II. There are 100 rare and unusual photographs in this excellent history of the Mosquito. T J S
Page 6, 27th May 1988
27th May 1988
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War's wooden flying wonder
Keywords: Engineered Wood, Plywood, Aircraft, De Havilland Mosquito, War / Conflict, Hospitality / Recreation
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