This issue of Aviation Classics tells the story of the Mosquito from its troubled introduction as a concept to its success in its many roles, ending with a complete listing of surviving airframes worldwide.
Edited and compiled by Tim Callaway, who comes from an aviation background, has extensive knowledge of all things aviation-related. This issue will again comprise the publication’s now-established high-quality mix of features and photographs. This 132 page glossy A4 perfect bound ‘bookazine’ will include the following –
The Mosquito served in every major role a military aircraft could – as a fighter, night fighter, intruder, heavy bomber, fighter-bomber, electronic counter measures platform, anti-shipping and photo-reconnaissance aircraft.
How it was to see service in Europe, North Africa, the Mediterranean, the Middle and Far East.
It was without doubt the most flexible and adaptable combat aircraft of the Second World War.