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The Breguet 690 was designed in response to a 1934 French air ministry specification calling for a twin-engined...
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    Compromised from the outset by a host of design and development difficulties, and no less by a disastrously accelerated...
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    In October 1938 the design team under Geoffrey de Havilland, with R.E. Bishop and C.C. Walker, started work on a light...
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    As early as 1932, in answer to the Air Ministry specification B.9/32, a team at the Handley Page concern under G. R....
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    Flying for the first time on 12 April 1935 the Bristol Type 142 was a twin-engine high-speed transport designed at the...
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    Employing the efficient geodetic lattice structure, the twin-engine Vickers Wellington continued in service with Bomber...
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    The Short Stirling was the first of RAF Bomber Command's trio of four-engine heavy bombers that mounted the great night...
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    Second only in importance to the Avrò Lancaster in Bomber Command's great night offensive between 1941 and 1945,...
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