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Air strength shades vol.1 1926-1942 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ the united states military Air Corps' markings and camouflage. Bombers, opponents, transports, and running shoes. in keeping with rules, basic orders, technical orders, and necessities of the interval, and photographic facts. a few finishes have been to extend visibility, and others to diminish it. Black and white images and colour illustrations.Издательство: Squadron/Signal publicationsСерия: Squadron 6024Язык: английскийКоличество страниц: 96Формат: pdfРазмер: 42.10 Мб часть 1 часть 2 eighty five
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