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• This electronic edition includes 202 black-and-white photographs • 
The de Havilland Mosquito was the fastest RAF aircraft when it entered service in September 1941 with a speed 20 mph faster than the Spitfire. Made from wood, a non-strategic material using non-strategic labour, the Mosquito was the original multi-role combat aircraft which excelled as an unarmed high speed bomber, night fighter and precision ground attack aircraft, as well as on other duties. 
• This electronic edition includes 202 black-and-white photographs •

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