The Second Great War No. 53

snor LANCASTER HEAVY BOMBER SAFELY HOME AFTER A RAID The Avro Lancaster four-engined heavy bomber was first reported inaction bn the occasion of the Augsburg raid of April 17,1942, when twalve flew across Germany in daylight at a height of 25-30 feet to bomb the target. The bomber weighs 60,000 lb., has a speed of about 300 m.p.h., and has a range of about 3,000 miles. The armament is ten Browning .303 m achine-guns in four turrets. Normally the craw numbers six. Photo, Barratt*
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