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  • DADE
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    • Sep 2018
    • 106

    (BMW) Bramo Fafnir 323 P-1


    This is a sample of this booklet. The engine parts were put on plastic sheets and you could flick through them to show the various components.
    I find it unusual for this to be happening during WW2 where the effort could have been put to use by using a cheaper paper set up.





  • Lingo Dog
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    • Oct 2018
    • 112

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    Very interesting. Could it be they were re-using the original pre-war instruction manual printing plates?
    When I collected Pilots Notes (of all nations) the Russian publications were mostly dreadful yet some were in the form of line art 'programmed learning' and printed in colour on decent paper. Most curious.
    As you would expect the US WW2 manuals were of excellent quality but the best PN in my collection was a pre-war Miles Master I. Small hardback with clear photography, celluloid overlays, in stout cardboard envelope with flight reference cards.

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