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Aircraft of the Second World War: The Development of the Warplane 1939-45 (Putnams's History of Aircraft)
by Philip Jarrett, E. R. Hooton
Hardcover from A&C Black
 
Biplane to Monoplane: Aircraft Development, 1919-39 (Putnam's History of Aircraft)
by Philip Jarrett, Ken Munson
Hardcover from Brasseys, Inc.
 
Japanese Aircraft, 1910-1941 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by Robert Mikesh, Shorzoe Abe
Listed under Japanese Aircraft

The British Bomber Since 1914 (Putnam Aeronautical Books)
by Francis K. Mason
Listed under Bombers

British Fighters Since 1912
by Francis K. Mason
(Hardcover - April 1993)

Fairey Aircraft Since 1915 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by H. A. Taylor
Book Description: From the very early days Fairey was one of the great names in British aviation, and although its successors no longer build aircraft, the name continues in other aeronautical spheres. During the long period form the 191418 war until well after the Second World War, Fairey's name was always associated with British naval aircraft--there was the long series of Fairey IIIs which served the Royal Naval Air Service and the Fleet Air Arm and which in its final form saw widespread service with the RAF before being developed into the Gordon and the Seal. 

One of the best-remembered and best-loved aeroplanes was the Swordfish--a multipurpose biplane which outlived its intended successor, the Albacore. Fulmars, Firefly monoplanes and Barracudas all played a wartime role. The final Fairey naval aeroplane was the Ganneta unique twin-engined aeroplane having the layout and appearance of a single-engined type. All these types, and many others, are fully described and illustrated by photographs and three-view drawings, and there is a complete listing of aircraft by constructor's numbers. 

H A Taylor worked for the Fairey group and brings personal knowledge of some of its activities and individuals to bear in the writing of this book. 
Hardcover from United States Naval Inst.
1989

Faster, Further, Higher: Leading Edge Aviation Technology Since 1945 (Putnam's History of Aircraft)
by Philip Jarrett, Philip Jarret
Hardcover from Conway Maritime Pr

German Aircraft of the Second World War (Putnam Aviation)
by Antony L. Kay, J.R. Smith
Listed under Luftwaffe

Military Aircraft Insignia of the World (The Putnam Aviation Series)
by John Cochrane, et al
(Paperback)

The Modern War Machine: Military Aviation Since 1945 (Putnam's History of Aircraft)
by Philip Jarrett
Hardcover from Brasseys, Inc.

ASIN/0851778801
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Modern Air Transport: Worldwide Air Transport from 1945 to the Present (Putnam History of Aircraft)
by Philip Jarrett
Hardcover from Brasseys, Inc.

ASIN 0851778771
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MIG Aircraft Since 1937 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by Bill Gunston, Yefim Gordon
Listed under MiG Aircraft
 
McDonnell Douglas: Douglas Aircraft 1920-1997, Revised (Putnam Aviation)
by Rene J. Francillon, René J. Francillon
Hardcover from United States Naval Inst.
 
McDonnell Douglas Aircraft: Since 1920 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by Rene J. Francillon
Hardcover from United States Naval Inst.
1990

Parnall Aircraft Since 1914 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by Kenneth E. Wixey
(Hardcover - September 1990)

Pioneer Aircraft: Putnam's History of Aircraft
by Philip Jarrett
This volume covers aviation from its earliest beginnings up to the outbreak of the First World War. It begins with the first theories and experiments in flight, including the attempts to fly by jumping from towers and the experiences of the lighter-than-air flight using balloons. It then analyses the experiments with kites and models in an attempt to understand the principles of aerodynamics. All this leads up to the first successful powered flights, culminating in the achievement of the Wright Brothers, whose flight at Kitty Hawk represented the first successful powered, sustained, and controlled flight. The remainder of the book covers the creation of an aeroplane industry – putting aeroplanes to work, refining airframes and engines, adapting aeroplanes to fly from water, and understanding safety issues. 
The Series Editor Philip Jarrett, is a freelance author, editor and consultant specializing in aviation. He has been editor of Aeroplane, the Royal Aeronautical Society’s newspaper, assistant editor of Aeroplane Monthly, and production editor of Flight International. 
Hardcover from Conway Maritime Pr

ASIN 0851778690
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Supermarine Aircraft Since 1914 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by C. F. Andrews, E. B. Morgan
Hardcover from United States Naval Inst.
1989
 
Shorts Aircraft Since 1900 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by C. H. Barnes
Hardcover from United States Naval Inst.
1989

Tupolev Aircraft Since 1922 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by Bill Gunston
Listed under Russian Aircraft

Bell Aircraft Since 1935 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by Alain J. Pelletier
(Hardcover - April 1992)
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Beech Aircraft and Their Predecessors (Putnam Aviation Series)
by Alain J. Pelletier
(Hardcover)
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Boeing Aircraft Since 1916 (Putnam Aviation Series)
by Peter M. Bowers
(Hardcover - June 1993)
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Military Aircraft Insignia of the World (The Putnam Aviation Series)
by John Cochrane, Stuart Elliot, John Cochran
Paperback from United States Naval Inst.

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Yakovlev Aircraft Since 1924 (Putnam Aeronautical Books)
by Bill Gunston, Yefim Gordon
Hardcover from United States Naval Inst.

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