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Although not confined solely to the history of aviation it contains a greatmany pages on the subjet. We can warmly recommend this work which should prove of intrinsic interest to the specialist but will whet the appetite of the young enthusiast. Philippe Bauduin, engineer former Director of ANVAR in Lower Normandy, describes in this short account fifty break-through in technology that scientists, stimulated by exigencies of the Second World War, have made available to us: Radar, the turbo-compressor, but also Ray Ban glasses, the automatic pilot, propellers made from composite materials. 72 pages - Format : 20 x 26,5 cm. Numerous photographs

War and discoveries.
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