Queen of the Midnight Skies – America’s Air Force Night Fighter Aircraft in WW2

 
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America's Air Force Night Fighter Aircraft in World War Two chronicles the Northop P-61 “Black Widow”, the Douglas P-70 series, the P-38 night fighter variants, the Bristol Beaufighter, B-25s and the De Havilland Mosquito, the proposed XA-26A and P-39 night fighters.

Included are historical accounts by the pilots of aerial combat over the South Pacific and Europe, as well as the complete history of all night fighter squadrons formed during WW2, and includes the development of radar and modern air defences.

The book is illustrated with over 700 photographs in b/w and colour.

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America’s Air Force Night Fighter Aircraft in World War Two chronicles the Northop P-61 “Black Widow”, the Douglas P-70 series, the P-38 night fighter variants, the Bristol Beaufighter, B-25s and the De Havilland Mosquito, the proposed XA-26A and P-39 night fighters.

Included are historical accounts by the pilots of aerial combat over the South Pacific and Europe, as well as the complete history of all night fighter squadrons formed during WW2, and includes the development of radar and modern air defences.

The book is illustrated with over 700 photographs in b/w and colour.

The dust wrapper is invg condition, clean and bright, with scuffs to the corners and minor handling marks. The binding is tight. Inside, the content is very clean and fresh and in fine condition.

Queen’s of the Midnight Skies The Story of America’s Night Fighters By Garry R. Pape & Ronald C. Harrison

  • Schiffer Publishing, 1992
  • Hardback
  • First edition
  • 22 x 28.5 cm
  • 368 pages
  • 1886gs