The Flight of the Mew Gull
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The Flight of the Mew Gull

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Alex Henshaw had the luck to grow up in the '20s and '30s during the golden age of flying. The Blue Riband of flying in the British Isles between the two World Wars was the King's Cup: Henshaw set his heart on it, developing a technique of racing which extracted the very maximum from his aircraft: firs the Comper Swift and then the DH Leopard Moth. Parallel with his search...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published May 15th 2008 by The Crowood Press UK
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