Bristol Blenheim Mk IV and I side plans

Bristol Blenheim Mk IV and I side plans
Comparative side views of the Bristol Blenheim Mk IV (top) and Mk I (bottom), showing the long nose of the Mk IV and the short nose of the Mk I.
Blenheim Squadrons of World War Two, Jon Lake. This book looks at the entire RAF service career of the Bristol Blenheim, from its debut as a promising fast bomber, through the deadly disillusionment of the blitzkrieg, on to its work in the Middle East and Mediterranean, where the aircraft found a new lease of life. Lake also looks at the use of the Blenheim as an interim fighter aircraft and its use by Coastal Command.
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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (23 March 2007), Bristol Blenheim Mk IV and I side plans, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_blenheim_sides.html

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