The story of the enigmatic aircraft and bomber of World War II, the Avro Lancaster. It discusses its development and operational use, its beginnings in the form of the Avro Manchester, through to its retirement and beyond.
Capable of lifting huge loads, yet a delight to fly, the Avro Lancaster spearheaded Bomber Command's night offensive over Germany during WWII. Renowned aviation historian and writer Ken Delve tells the full story of this enigmatic aircraft's design, development and operational use from its beginnings in the form of the Avro Manchester through to its retirement and beyond.
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Ken Delve left the RAF after a twenty-year flying career to become Editor of Flypast magazine and subsequently Editor-in-Chief with Key Publishing with responsibility for eight aviation magazines. An established author, he also lectures on RAF history.
Avro Lancaster by Ken Delve
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