Aeroplane Monthly 1987-06
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B.Robertson - Working for Victory
Armstrong Whitworth Whitleys in production at Coventry in December 1940.
General view of the Oxford Street exhibition in June 1945, showing half a Lancaster and the back end of a Mosquito. Note the blitzed background.
A Bristol Beaufighter I was Bristol's contribution to the city's "Wings for Victory" week in spring 1943. At the time the Beaufighter was the most powerfully-armed fighter in the world.
Avro Lancaster L7580 O-Orange of 207 Sqn displayed during a "Wings for Victory" campaign in Trafalgar Square, London in early 1940. A new Lancaster cost around £40,000 at the time.
Crowds watch the star of the RAF exhibition in Oxford Street being prepared in June 1945. Halifax B.III LV907 Friday the 13th completed 128 bombing missions.