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Canberra: A Jet-Powered Successor

In 1940, as the war was ramping up, the UK was suddenly very hungry for aircraft, and needed as many of them as possible as quickly as possible. In order to maximize the output and strengthen the Royal Air Force, the government decided to employ secondary manufacturers to produce time-tested designs via licensed manufacturing arrangements. One of the companies employed by the Air Ministry was English Electric: it didn’t make any contemporary designs but at the very least wasn’t completely new to the aircraft business.

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