Boulton Paul Bittern

The Boulton Paul Bittern was a 1920s British night-fighter aircraft built by Boulton Paul Limited of Norwich, named after the marsh bird of the same name.

Read more about Boulton Paul Bittern:  Design and Development, Specifications (P.31 Bittern J7936)

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Boulton Paul Bittern - Specifications (P.31 Bittern J7936)
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