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Renard R-36/37/38 & 40

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This is a history of a little known family of fighter aircraft of the late 1930s, developed by the small Belgian manufacturer Renard. Prototypes were flown of the first three models (the R-40 was never completed) but the aircraft never entered production, and the Belgian airforce acquired the Hawker Hurricane instead.

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Paperback, 120 pages
Published 2010
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Emmanuel Gustin
In his detailed monograph on these aircraft, Godfurnon has probably extracted as much information as was available from the archives. This is a detailed, well-illustrated account. A bit of historical context, comparing the Renard fighters with competitive designs of the period, would have been a useful addition. The biggest weakness is the quality of the English translation.
Vladimir Chertovskih
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