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The Hawker Hurricane was the first monoplane fighter to enter RAF service, and statistically was the most important British fighter during the Battle of Britain.

Aircraft

Hawker Fury Monoplane
Hawker Hurricane I
Hawker Hurricane II
Hawker Hurricane III
Hawker Hurricane IV
Hawker Hurricane V
Hawker Hurricane X, XI and XII


Equipment

Browning 0.303in Mark II Machine Gun (R.A.F.)

Combat Record

Hawker Hurricane in combat


Book Reviews

Hurricane Aces, 1939-40, Tony Holmes. A look at the men who flew the Hawker Hurricane during the first two years of the Second World War, when it was arguably the most important front line fighter in RAF service. This book covers the Phoney War Period, the German invasion of the West, the Battle of Britain and the early use of the Hurricane in North Africa and from Malta. [see more] cover cover cover
Hurricane Aces 1941-45, Andrew Thomas. This book covers the later career of the Hurricane, starting with its final months as a front line fighter in Britain in 1941 before moving on to look at its career in North Africa, the Mediterranean and over the jungles of Burma [see more] cover cover cover

Pictures

Hawker Sea Hurricane Hawker Sea Hurricane - having its guns serviced

Hawker Sea Hurricane Hawker Sea Hurricane - being refuelled

Hawker Sea Hurricane Hawker Sea Hurricane - on a CAM ship

Hawker Hurricane Hawker Hurricane - under side

Hawker Hurricane Hawker Hurricane -left side

Hawker Hurricane Hawker Hurricane -climbing

Hawker Hurricane Hawker Hurricane -left site

Hawker Hurricane Hawker Hurricane - left side

Hawker Hurricane Hawker Hurricane - under side


Plans

Hawker Hurricane I Side Plan

Hawker Hurricane I Top Plan

Hawker Hurricane I Front Plan


Comparative Plans


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