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  BOOKS & VIDEOS ABOUT THE DE-HAVILLAND DH82a TIGER MOTH  
 

Tiger Moth - De Havilland's Legendary Trainer
Book
Out of stock
From USA

304 pgs.
350 B&W photos, 120 color photos, 81/4"x 11"
hdbd.

Tiger Moth
De Havilland's Legendary Trainer
.
Stuart McKay. This book presents every aspect of the Tiger Moth: development, production, and exploits and usage in both military and civilian service. The narrative is immense - over 235,000 words - and the photographic content is lavish, taking in the heady, rich atmosphere of the 1930s, the wartime years, and the halcyon days of post-war operation. Includes details on over 1,000 surviving craft.
 

Tiger Moth - De Havilland's Legendary Trainer
Book
£29.95
From
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304 pgs.
350 B&W photos, 120 color photos, 81/4"x 11"
hdbd.

Tiger Moth
De Havilland's Legendary Trainer
.
Stuart McKay. This book presents every aspect of the Tiger Moth: development, production, and exploits and usage in both military and civilian service. The narrative is immense - over 235,000 words - and the photographic content is lavish, taking in the heady, rich atmosphere of the 1930s, the wartime years, and the halcyon days of post-war operation. Includes details on over 1,000 surviving craft.

         

Pilot's Notes for Tiger Moth
Book
Out of stock
From USA

30 pgs.
6"x 81/2"
sfbd.

Pilot's Notes for Tiger Moth
Reprint of the official RAAF publication from February 1944. Four sections entitled Descriptive, Handling, Operating Data and Emergencies include all the data on this venerable trainer. Also includes detailed 3-views and a fold-out cutaway drawing.
 

Pilot's Notes for Tiger Moth
Book
£5.31
From Amazon.co.uk

30 pgs.
6"x 81/2"
sfbd.

Pilot's Notes for Tiger Moth
Reprint of the official RAAF publication from February 1944. Four sections entitled Descriptive, Handling, Operating Data and Emergencies include all the data on this venerable trainer. Also includes detailed 3-views and a fold-out cutaway drawing.
         

Pilot's Notes for Tiger Moth
Book
Hardcover
£17.46
From
Amazon.co.uk

 

The Tiger Moth Story  
Alan E. Bramson

Comprehensive account of development and all roles - Details of all Tiger Moth aircraft The Tiger Moth is one of the major aviation success stories. Developed by Geoffrey de Havilland during the early 1930s and flown for the first time on 26 October 1931, the biplane became the most important elementary trainer used by Commonwealth forces. More than 1,000 Tiger Moths were delivered before WWII, and subsequently around 4,000 were built in the UK with an extra 2,000 being manufactured in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Following the end of WWII, pilots could buy and modify a Tiger Moth for recreational or agricultural crop spraying and use it relatively cheaply. This, combined with its popularity within the aero club movement, provided employment for the Tiger Moths until the late fifties when the more modern closed cockpit aircraft forced them into retirement. The Tiger Moth Story provides a comprehensive account of the aircraft origins and development as a trainer of Commonwealth pilots in times of peace and war, as a crop duster, glider tug, aerial advertiser, bomber, coastal patrol plane and aerial ambulance as well as in frontline service. Technical narrative and drawings, handling ability and performance as seen through the eyes of the pilots including a fully updated world survey of existing aircraft combine to make The Tiger Moth Story the most comprehensive book of the aircraft. A bestseller since 1964, this edition is fully revised, updated, indexed and includes many new black and white photographs, plus a new colour section.

Fully Revised + updated edition of bestselling book - Over 100 photographs inc colour

         


Book
160 pgs. hdbd.
From
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"The Tiger Moth: A Pictorial Tribute"
Stewart Mc Kay
A pictorial history of this aeroplane, conceived as a training aircraft originally she has been adapted to almost every aviation situation possible to imagine. The aim has been to present a balanced review of the life and times of the Tiger Moth, from the early 30s to the present day, with a hint of the future added.
 

PAPER TIGER MOTH

Build a paper Tiger Moth from printed cardboard. It's easy: download, print, cut an glue.
Click here to download the model kit (PDF file).

         

Conventional GearFlying a Taildragger
Book
$19.95
From USABook
220 pgs.
71/4"x 9"
sfbd.

Conventional Gear
Flying a Taildragger.

Robson. Focusing on teaching pilots to overcome some of the difficulties of taildragger aircraft, this guide teaches critical skills for controlling the plane on takeoff, landing without bouncing the aircraft, and handling the craft on the ground. In addition to theory, dynamics and piloting techniques for tailwheel planes, information is supplied on many tailwheel aircraft such as the Cessna 185 Skywagon and the de Havilland D.H.82 Tiger Moth.
 

Biplanes, Triplanes & Seaplane - 300 of the World's Greatest Aircraft
Book
Out of stock
From USA

Book
320 pgs.
300 color profiles
43/4"x 61/4"
sfbd.

Biplanes, Triplanes & Seaplane
300 of the World's Greatest Aircraft.

Sharpe. From the dawn of aviation until the end of WWII - the "golden age" of flight - these 300 influential aircraft ruled the skies. Among the classics of the pioneering years and beyond: the Sopwith Camel, the Fokker Triplane, the Fairey Swordfish, the Catalina, and the Tiger Moth. Each aircraft is detailed in text, illustrated by a color profile and accompanied by complete specs.
         

The Tiger Moth - A Tiger's Tale
£12.95
From
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The Tiger Moth - A Tiger's Tale
Video Starring Christopher Reeves. An insight into the Tiger Moth aeroplane and it's pilots featuring archive footage and flying sequences.

VHS VIDEO

 

D.H. Tiger Moth Balsa Wood Kit
$15.95
From USA
Balsa Flying Model

D.H. Tiger Moth Balsa Wood Kit
1/17.6 scale balsa wood kit has a large 20" wingspan when completed. Includes balsa and strip wood, plastic windshield, wire and wheels for landing gear, and more. For display or rubber-powered flight; assembly required.
         

Tiger Moth Balsa Kit
$19.95
From USA

Balsa Flying Model

Tiger Moth Balsa Kit
The 90+ laser-cut parts included in this kit makes it one of the finest quality balsa kits available. You get hand-selected balsa, color peel-and-stick decals, 5-inch plastic propeller, full scale plans with step-by-step instructions, light weight color tissue, wheels, rubber and more. 1712" wingspan when completed; assembly required. For display or rubber-powered flight.
 

De Havilland Tiger Moth 1/20 Model
Out of stock
From USA
Wooden
Model

De Havilland Tiger Moth 1/20 Model
Made of Philippine mahogany, this 1/32 scale model measures 1312" in length with a wingspan of 1834". Hand painted and detailed, model is ready to display on the included mahogany base.
 
     
 
 
 

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