FRENCH FLYING BOATS OF WWII by Gerard Bousquet

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  1. Capt. Vick

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    This is one subject I know very little about. I would be interested to be enlightened
     
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    I know right. There are some weird birds in there.
     
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    Looking interesting. :thumbright:
     
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    I admit, I like the French aircraft of that period. I know a little about their flying boats, but this book looks like a must have.
     
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