De Havilland Mosquito - Aviation History- tên cuộn dây mosquto ,He was captured next day, and the day after, May 15, 1941, Geoffrey De Havilland flew the fighter prototype from a 450-yard field beside the shed in which it had been built. The prototype made its first flight on November 25, 1940. This was only ten months and twenty-six days after detailed design work had commenced.De Havilland Mosquito - Aviation HistoryHe was captured next day, and the day after, May 15, 1941, Geoffrey De Havilland flew the fighter prototype from a 450-yard field beside the shed in which it had been built. The prototype made its first flight on November 25, 1940. This was only ten months and twenty-six days after detailed design work had commenced.



De Havilland Mosquito - Aviation History

He was captured next day, and the day after, May 15, 1941, Geoffrey De Havilland flew the fighter prototype from a 450-yard field beside the shed in which it had been built. The prototype made its first flight on November 25, 1940. This was only ten months and twenty-six days after detailed design work had commenced.

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