BLACKBURN BOTHA

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  1. Ron Handgraaf

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    Pilot's notes for this not very succesfull British reconaissance bomber / torpedo carrier. After only a very short operational career, it was used as a crew trainer.

    Blackburn B.26 Botha

    Also a brochure for a Yugoslavian light strike aircraft, the Soko J-20 Kraguj.

    Soko J-20 Kraguj

    Enjoy reading!

    Ron
     
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    Thanks Ron, I've always been fascinated about the Blackburn Botha. I know it's considered to be a real stinker of an aircraft... but that's what appeals to me! I've recently got some fantastic photos from The Imperial War Museum and a couple of lovely model kits. All that I was missing were photos of the cockpit... and now thanks to you I've got that too :)
     
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    Hi
    Nice manual. Tried to print a page out for reference, but print function is locked.:cry:
    cheers
    Jerry
     
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