Mirage III/5/50 Tome 4: En service à l'étranger, Lela Presse
- Κατασκευαστής: Lela Presse
- Κωδικός Προϊόντος: D07870 
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- Ημ/νια προσθήκης: 23/05/2014
More than 1,400 aircraft built, besides the Israeli manufacturing, 70% of production exported, the Delta Dassault is an undeniable technical and commercial success. With the Caravelle and the Lark, the Mirage III symbolizes the rebirth of French aviation at the dawn of the sixties. These machines at the finest productions have opened the way for Airbus, Eurocopter Rafale and other products.
After three books on the genesis of the program and the French Mirage, the authors discuss here the history of the 19 aircraft sold to foreign customers. All aspects of these contracts, both technical and political, industrial and business are described in the testimony of key players of the time that reveal facts sometimes ignored to date. Three former chiefs of Staff kindly preface this book and the importance of their air force Mirage. Israeli planes "derivatives" - the Nesher and Kfir - also find their place in this history.
The support of many French and foreign correspondents allowed the authors to propose a complete iconography that shows each version produced for all air armies have implemented the Mirage.
With a score of color profiles and plans from the manufacturer, this book ended the story of a plane which remain among the few machines that have marked the history of world aviation.
Συγγραφείς: Bernard Chenel, Michel Liébert et Éric Moreau.
Έκδοση: Lela Presse (2013)
Περιγραφή: Σελ. 350, σκληρό εξώφυλλο, μέγεθος Α4, περίπου 700 φωτό, 20 έγχρωμα profiles, σχέδια. Γαλλικό κείμενο.
Βάρος κατά την αποστολή: 1.750 gr.