Hurricane Manual 1940
Though less iconic than the nimble Spitfire, the Hawker Hurricane was a vital stalwart in the British war effort. The Hurricane was a more stable gun platform than the Spitfire, more rugged, and was used in more challenging theatres of war. An amazing array of leaflets, books and manuals were issued by the Air Ministry during the Second World War to aid pilots flying the Hawker Hurricane fighter. Here, for the first time, they are collated into a single book. An introduction is supplied by expert aviation historian Dilip Sarkar. Sections include Pilots' Notes, aircraft recognition and combat reports.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 124 x 196 x 22mm | 280g
- 19 Jan 2014
- Amberley Publishing
- Chalford, United Kingdom
- 40 Illustrations, unspecified
About Dilip Sarkar
Dilip Sarkar has published over thirty books on the Battle of Britain. A retired policeman, in 2003 Dilip was made an MBE for services to aviation history, and elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Historical Society in 2006. He lives in Worcester.
Author's Spitfire Manual is one of Amberley's bestselling titles and was well received: 'A must' INTERCOM: THE AIRCREW ASSOCIATION