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Air War Archive: MESSERSCHMITT Bf 109%
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The Bf 109 was the most produced fighter aircraft in history and more aerial kills were made with this fighter than any other aircraft. Indeed, A total of 105 Bf 109 pilots were each credited with the destruction of 100 or more enemy aircraft; thirteen of these men scored more than 200 kills, while two scored more than 300\. The Bf 109 was flown by the three top-scoring fighter aces of the war: Erich Hartmann, the top-scoring fighter pilot of all time claiming 352 victories, Gerhard Barkhorn with 301 victories, and Gunther Rall, who claimed 275 victories. All of them flew with JG 52, a unit which exclusively flew the Bf 109 and was credited with over 10,000 victories, chiefly on the Eastern Front. The Bf 109 was also supplied to several of Germany's allies, including Finland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Slovakia. In this selection of unrivalled images collected over many years, the operations of this famous aircraft in the latter part of the Second World War are portrayed and brought to life.
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Avions Hors-Serie 49 LA 15.(Kroat.)/JG
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French Text magazine. In-depth articles with lavish illustrations.
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Batailles Aeriennes 88 B-29 Sur le Jap
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French Text. Covering the Luftwaffe over Malta contains a plethora of photos and colour profiles.
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Avions 229 May/Jun 2019
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French Text magazine. In-depth articles with lavish illustrations.
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Polish Wings 26: Petlyakov Pe-2 &
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Two famous Russian World War Two bombers in Polish Air Force service and colours. The Petlyakov Pe-2 was a Soviet light bomber regarded as one of the best ground attack aircraft of the war; it was also successful in the roles of heavy fighter, night fighter and reconnaissance. The UPe-2 was a dedicated trainer version built in smaller numbers. The Tupolev USB was a high speed twin-engined three-seat monoplane bomber, first flown in 1934 and numerically the most important bomber in the world in the late 1930s. The book includes over 120 photographs and nearly 30 colour plates to profusely illustrate these aircraft. Their technical details, military markings and maintenance stencils are shown in the detail.
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Meng AIR Modeller 84 Jun/Jul 2019
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Blown Away - Petr Pospisil's stunning 1:48 Mk.1 Hurricane. Plus much more.
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Bookazine Panzer German WW2 Designs by%2
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This magazine contains a plethora of photos and graphics with insightful articles.
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Aces High Magazine 15 French Jet Fight
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We dedicated to a series of jet aircraft which built their combat legend during the past seven decades. After the end of World War II, France developed a number of interesting aircraft designs, from the MD450 Ouragan, through the Mystère/Super Mystère family, the Étendard/Super Étendard and the most famous Mirage family, which did not only successfully serve in the domestic front, but also made their way to the arsenals of several air forces all around the world, and proved their combat capabilities in different conditions. Another significant design, the Jaguar attack aircraft, was developed as a joint project with United Kingdom. In this issue we take you for a tour of these famous aircraft, with a variety of models and camouflage schemes which will delight every modeller.
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The weathering Aircraft 12 Winter
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The Weathering Aircraft, your favorite publication focused on painting techniques and ageing of aircraft presents its tenth issue. In this issue, we focus on how to improve and paint the armament of our planes, a critical element that is often overlooked by modelers. In this issue, world-class modelers finish all types of weapons with a multitude of techniques such as washing and paneling, and the use of Oilbrushers and pigments. The authors also explore in detail, how to integrate the weapons that accompany each subject so that they have the same degree of wear or different weathering in those cases that require it. TWA covers all time periods and armament types ranging from a machine gun mounted on a World War I airframe to modern cruise missiles, including both air-to-air and ground attack weapons. As always, TWA features the best collaborators, each providing you with inspiration and new techniques for your next project.
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Airframe Album 15 The Gloster/A.W. Meteo
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This well illustrated album contains a wealth of historical photographs and detailed images of the world’s preserved aircraft during production and service use; isometric views and colour profiles in addition to a list of all accessories and decals and special builds.
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Bookazine British Cold War Stories
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This magazine contains a plethora of photos and graphics with insightful articles.
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Civil Aircraft Markings 2019
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This 70th annual edition is the most complete listing of all aircraft currently on the UK Register of Civil Aircraft – over 22,000 entries ranging from historic biplanes through to the latest airliners, and also covering light aircraft, microlights, helicopters, balloons and gliders of every type. For each entry the registration marks, exact aircraft type and owner or operator is given. In addition the civil aircraft registers of Ireland, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man are listed as well as sections from overseas registers of aircraft commonly visiting the UK.
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Military Aircraft Markings 2019
09259AVI
This annual edition lists in alphabetical and numerical order the aircraft that carry a UK military registration and which are normally based, or might be seen, in the UK. For each entry the military serial, aircraft type, unit/operator and usual base is given. Further listings cover Ireland’s military aircraft and historic aircraft in military markings. Contains a comprehensive listing of visiting aircraft from ‘overseas air forces’ listings which may be seen during the air display season, together with full colour photo sections.
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The Aviation Historian Issue 27
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A salute to Richard T Riding, aviation publishing pioneer and photographer, Concorde: Interdependence Day. South of the Border' looking at the Argentinian Navy ferrying 11 Vought F4Us from the USA. Plus much more.
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