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The Avro Arrow

The story of the great Canadian Cold War interceptor jet in pictures and documents

By Lawrence Miller

$24.95 Paperback
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When it first flew in 1957, the Avro Arrow was the world's best supersonic combat aircraft. It was the proudest achievement of the engineers and designers in Canada's world-leading aircraft industry. They had already succeeded in building the worlds first passenger jet.

This book tells the story of building, testing, and flying the Arrow. It explores the reasons why the Diefenbaker Conservative government of the day cancelled the contract to build these planes — and then ordered the six already finished airplanes cut up and destroyed.

LAWRENCE MILLER went to McMaster University on scholarships and summer jobs as a newspaper reporter (Brantford Expositor, Toronto Star), graduating with an MA in English literature. He is a Transport Canada licensed glider pilot and for several years has held (and used) a Flight Instructor RatingGlider. He is also the author of the Amazing Stories series title, The Avro Arrow: A Picture History. He lives in Caledonia, Ontario.

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Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 112 pages
Publication Date: 20th July 2020
ISBN: 9781459415270
Format: 10in x 8in
200 colour & b*w images

BIC Code: 1KBC, HBJK, HBW, JWG
BISAC Code:  HIS006020, HIS027140, HIS027160
Imprint: Lorimer


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