Little Book of Spitfire
Publisher: G2 Rights
In the history of the aeroplane there is one aircraft that is fully deserving of the accolade legendary". Little Book of the Spitfire written by David Curnock tells its' story. Against overwhelming odds in the Battle of Britain, and taking part in major actions in every operational theatre in World War 2, the Spitfire became a symbol of victory. Built in greater numbers than any other aircraft of the time, examples of this icon of British aviation achievement are still flying today, paying tribute to her designer and makers, and in honour of those who flew and maintained her in those dark days.