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de Havilland Mosquito
Nicknamed 'The Wooden Wonder' the twin-engined Mosquito would prove to be an extremely versatile aircraft serving in a number of different roles.

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Hawker Typhoon

Nicknamed the 'Tiffy' the Typhoon came very close to being cancelled before being developed into a formidable aircraft for the Royal Air Force.

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Avro Anson

Nicknamed the 'Annie', Avro's twin-engined trainer would play a vital role in preparing the various aircrew needed to operate multi-engined aircraft.

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