The Hurricane Story
The Hawker Hurricane won lasting fame in the service of the RAF during the Battle of Britain. Over 11,700 examples were eventually built of this versatile and deadly combat aircraft, fulfilling an incredible number of contrasting roles. Its design, development and production are described in detail, as are the Hurricane's widely varied operational roles during the Second World War, both at home and overseas. Full details are given of production figures, production variants, and operational service with all RAF and RN squadrons and units.
- Electronic book text | 128 pages
- 29 Feb 2012
- The History Press Ltd
- Stroud, United Kingdom
About Peter R. March
Peter R March is an aviation author, photographer and journalist. He is the editor of the RAF and USAF Yearbooks for the RAF Benevolent Fund/Royal International Air Tattoo, a regular contributor to Aircraft Illustrated magazine, editor of Ian Allan's yearly abc Military Aircraft, and author of more than fifty books in his own right on aviation subjects, including The Concorde Story.