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Structural Aspects of the Brabazon Assembly Hall

In 1943, recommendations were made by the Brabazon Committee that, as soon as practicable, work should be put in hand with all speed on the prototype of the largest land plane envisaged up to that date. Brian H. Colquhoun

Author(s): Colquhoun, Brian H

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