The Spitfire Mk.
VII was one of the less known Spitfire mark. Designed to make interceptions in high altitude, the Luftwaffe had actually almost diseppeared from the English sky when Mk.
VII was introduced into service in the spring of 1943. Underemployed during over a year, the RAF decided to use it in the offensive role in 1944 before being phased out from front line service in Autumn 1944. Illustrated with over 40 photographs and three colour profiles.
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|Date published: || 2014|
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