De Havilland Mosquito, 1940 onwards (all marks), Owners’ Workshop Manual

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The Mosquito was arguably the most important combat aircraft of World War Two. It was built largely from wood, equipped with two Rolls Royce Merlin engines and was able to outrun German fighter aircraft at the time of its introduction. Not only did the Mosquito make innovative use of materials to create a strong fast aircraft that made minimum demand on increasingly rare strategic materials, but it was to serve in a very wide range of combat roles, performing outstandingly in all of them.

The Manual does justice to an outstanding aircraft.

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