Manuals and Books
The de Havilland Tiger Moth, Legendary Biplane Trainer
By Stuart McKay MBE
304 pages, 470 photographs, Casebound
The de Havilland Tiger Moth has become one of the most famous aircraft of all time. Having formed the backbone of both civilian and military training fleets up to the Second World War and beyond, post-war the Tiger Moth undertook all manner of work, touring, racing, air taxi, barnstorming, crop spraying, film assignments - sometimes changing shape and powerplant in the process.
This book takes in every aspect of the Tiger Moth; development production, exploits and usage both civil and military. Particular attention has been paid to the photographic content, which is lavish: 470 photographs in total, of which 120 are in colour, taking in the heady, rich atmosphere of the 1930s, the wartime years and the halcyon days of post-war operation.
Available from the de Havilland Moth Club at £29.95 per copy
Special rate to members of the De Havilland Moth Club £24.99
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