Talk:PZL.56 Kania

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Guys, I am so rusty at wiki editing, not having done any for years, but I really wanted to add this fascinating (to airplane buffs) and poignant detail about designer Jakimiuk's previous and subsequent career. A tragic pall surrounds prewar Polish aircraft and designers, and it was heartening to me to read of one of them going on to contribute after the war to another airplane legend, the Beaver and Chipmunk bush planes.

reference:

Liss, Withold. The PZL 11 (Aircraft in Profile number 75). Leatherhead, Surrey, UK: Profile Publications Ltd., 1966.

My copy is part of Volume 4 of the Aircraft in Profile series, Profile Nos. 73-96, copyright 1966 by Profile Publications and 1968 by Doubleday & Company, New York. Jack McHugh (talk) 17:37, 1 January 2016 (UTC)

ETA, the mention of Jakimiuk's subsequent career are on page 4 of Profile No. 75.

You need to use Template:Cite book which in the simple form looks like this <ref>{{cite book |last=Liss |first=Withold |date=1966 |title=Aircraft in Profile No. 76 The PZL 11|url= |location=Leatherhead, Surrey, UK |publisher=Profile Publications Ltd|page= |isbn=}}</ref> MilborneOne (talk) 17:49, 1 January 2016 (UTC)
Ooops didnt notice yoy have already added the book, just use <ref>:Liss 1966, p. 4</ref> (I have added it for you). MilborneOne (talk) 17:54, 1 January 2016 (UTC)