Author: J.M. Bruce
enigmatic if somewhat ungainly Short 184 gets the full Datafile
treatment as authority Jack Bruce turns the spotlight on the famous
First World War British seaplane.
from 1915 right up to the Armistice and beyond with both the RNAS
and the RAF the Short 184 claims to have been the first ever aeroplane
to torpedo an enemy vessel in action. One aircraft was at Jutland
and parts of this aircraft survive to this day at the Fleet Air
Arm Museum at Yeovilton.
book is liberally illustrates with over 114 photographs, eight pages
of 1:48 and 1:72 scale drawings, handbook sketches and five colour
plates. Once again this Datafile offers the scale modeller unrivalled
SE5 / SE5a Squadrons and Windsock Datafile 85 Short 184 can be ordered
Albatros Production Ltd, 10 Long View, Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire,
or give them a call on:
01442 875838 (Fax 01442 876018)
/ SE5a Squadrons is priced at £18.50 and Datafile 85
Shorts 184 is £9.25. Both are A4 size.
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