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Guideline Publications De Havilland MOSQUITO Warpaint Special no 3

De Havilland MOSQUITO
Warpaint Special no 3
Written and Illustrated by Richard J Caruana
Born during the dark days of World War 2, the Mosquito was the result of revolutionary thinking that started way back in 1936. Although originally designed and built as a bomber, it was even- tually adapted to any role imaginable where speed was of an essence. In fact its only defence was its capability of outpacing enemy interceptors. A four-cannon and four- gun fighter version was so successful that it was developed into a fighter-bomber that could even carry rockets. It also featured as an unarmed photo-reconnaissance version, as a transport, trainer and target tug. No less than 7,781 Mosquitos were built in Britain, Canada and Australia covering over 40 ver- sions with the last example leaving De Havilland's facility at Chester in November 1950.84 pages
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