The "Golden Age" of the RAF, the period between the wars, produced a series of elegant and highly nimble biplane fighter aircraft that laid down the foundation for the world famous Spitfire and Hurricane fighters of World War II. This reference source uses a series of articles run over the previous two years in "Aeroplane Monthly" as a base to describe the British fighter aircraft of this highly colourful period. It profiles all ten fighter types that entered service in Britain in the 20 years between the wars, detailing both the types' service history and full technical development and specification.
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