VICKERS WELLINGTON

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  1. Ron Handgraaf

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    British medium bomber, early WW.II

    AIR PUBLICATION A.P. 1578 C, K, L, M, N P-P.N.
    PILOT'S NOTES
    FOR
    WELLINGTON
    IV, X, XI, XII, XIII XIV
    TWO HERCULES XI, VI, XVI OR XVII ENGINES
    second edition
    may 1944

    Vickers Wellington

    Enjoy reading!

    Regards

    Ron
     
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    Anther good one Ron, thanks again!!!
     
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    Where do you get them from!! Excellent info as ever.
     
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    Many thanks, Ron! :lol:
    Precisely, I am in searching for the Wellington P Mk XIV, 179 Sqd, who attack at U-617 in 11-12 September/1943


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