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Same airframe as the Typhoon but powered by the Vulture instead of the Sabre engine, sources agree three prototypes, all are mentioned in the RAF delivery logs. P5219 First Flight 6 October 1939, Delivered 13 September 1941, Taken on Charge 31 December 1942, P5224 First Flight 5 December 1940, Rolls Royce C.R.D. 26 August 1941, A&AEE C.R.D. 1 October 1941, HG641 first flight 23 October 1941, Taken on Charge 3 February 1943, fitted with a Centaurus engine. Most sources indicate one or two production versions, however the RAF delivery logs say three mark Ia all Ta
Almost all sources do state 2,987 as the total number of the A12 Matilda tank (Mk I...Mk V) production. Most of them also call the Mk IV as the most produced variant. However the table published some time ago with WD numbers (perhaps incomplete) gives the total of 2,275 with more than 1,000 allocated to the Mk III variant and less than 500 Mk IVs (OK, almost 700 including the Mk IV CS). Does anybody have the correct production figures for the Desert Queen? Cheers Michael
Gentlemen, Contrary to the British, US and Austro-Hungarian WW1 aircraft manufacturing data, the numbers of French (and German, Russian, Italian, a.s.o.) aircraft manufactured in this period are unknown even in approximate form. Various sources give the total number of the French WW1 aircraft as some 60.000 (varying from 52.000 of the indigenously designed up to 68.000 including licences purchased and sold). Very few of them are confirmed - or maybe at least I haven't been able to find exact numbers of the vast majority of them. Would anybody be able to direct me to the appropriate s