de Havilland 100: Goblin engine

Goblin engine

For de Havilland to set up its own aero engine company was an indication of how rapidly it had progressed in this field. From making engines for its own light aeroplanes, DH was soon producing a pioneering jet — and the same man, Frank Halford, was behind them all 

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