No. 24 Squadron RFC were the World's first ever fighter squadron to enter service and they went to war in 1916 with the DH2.Designed by Geoffrey deHavilland, the DH2 played a leading role in defeating the Fokker monoplanes and maintained the RFC's superiority over the Somme battlefields. DH2 specialist Barry Gray relates the whole fascinating history with the aid of over 85 rare photos. In addition this popular Datafile , recently reprinted due to demand,includes four pages of highly detailed 1:72 and !:48 scale drawings,several contemporary sketches and rigging diagrams, full markings details with three colour profiles, and an updated kit list. With excellent model kits from Blue Max, Eduard, Roden and Wingnut Wings,this reprinted classic is the perfect all-in -one reference source for scale modellers.
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