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Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A, S, F, G - Monographs Special Edition 12

Product code:  48727AVI
The monograph on the Focke-Wulf Fw 190, WW2 German fighter plane, discusses the origins and development of its A, F, G and S versions, which prototypes and fighter, assault, fighter-bomber, reconnaissance and trainer production variants are specified and described, including technical specifications and changes made in all sub-variants and conversions. All used types of armament: shooting weapons, bombs, missiles and torpedos are listed. The book also contains the production list of Fw 190 A wit...

The British and the Commonwealth War in the Air 1939-45 Vol 1: Through Adversity

Product code:  66236AVI
Through Adversity is a unique book that provides a comprehensive account of Britain and the Commonwealth's war in the air during the Second World War. It combines detailed studies into the tactics, techniques and technology,together with the personal accounts of the aircrew themselves as they executed some of the most hazardous operations of the war. Through Adversity is exceptional in the breadth of the war it covers.

Squadrons! 38: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.II The Rhodesian, Dominion & Eagle Squadrons

Product code:  90608AVI
The Spitfire XIV was the logical development of the Spitfire Mk XII. The Mk.XIV differed from the Mk.XII in that the longer, two-stage supercharged Griffon 65 was mounted further forward. A new five-bladed Rotol propeller was used and was the most obvious visual difference compared to earlier marks. The first batch of aircraft to fly with the Griffon 60 series engines were six converted Mk.VIIIs . The first one of these was flown on 20 January 1943, with production ordered following a series of ...

Squadrons! 37: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XIV The Belgian & Dutch Squadrons

Product code:  90585AVI
The Spitfire XIV was the logical development of the Spitfire Mk XII. The Mk.XIV differed from the Mk.XII in that the longer, two-stage supercharged Griffon 65 was mounted further forward. A new five-bladed Rotol propeller was used and was the most obvious visual difference compared to earlier marks. The first batch of aircraft to fly with the Griffon 60 series engines were six converted Mk.VIIIs . The first one of these was flown on 20 January 1943, with production ordered following a series of ...

Secret Projects of the Luftwaffe: Blohm & Voss Bv 155

Product code:  58320AVI2
Looking at the re-engine Messerschmitt Bf109 to the Blohm & Voss 155. Designed extended wings, a wide track undercarriage and pressure cabin to meet the threat of American high altitude bombers.

Sent by the Iron Sky: The Legacy of an American Parachute Battalion in World War II

Product code:  37387AVI
Following on from the success of Ian Gardner's critically acclaimed trilogy on the exploits of the 3rd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division in World War II, Sent by the Iron Sky tells their exhilarating story for a new readership. From the moment they entered the war in June, 1944, the men of 3rd Battalion were faced with brutal fighting against horrendous odds. Later in the year, nearly five months in combat with no relief lead to heavy losses that reduced them ...

Combat Aircraft 131: Me 210/410 Zerstoerer Units

Product code:  29108AVI
Intended as a progressive development of the twin-engined Bf 110 Zerstoerer ('destroyer' or heavy fighter), the Me 210 first took to the air in September 1939. However, due to a lack of sufficient flight-testing before being declared service-ready, the Me 210 suffered from a less than satisfactory reputation in respect to its flight characteristics and weak undercarriage. After enhancements were made to the fuselage and wings, and the power of the plane was increased, the Me 210 became the Me 41...

Air Campaign 13: Guadalcanal 1942-43 Japan's Bid to Knock Out Henderson Field and the Cactus Air Force

Product code:  35512AVI
The campaign for Guadalcanal, which stretched from August 1942 until February 1943, centered on Henderson Field. The airfield was captured by the US on 8 August and placed into operation by 20 August. As long as the airfield was kept operational and stocked with sufficient striking power, the Japanese could not run convoys with heavy equipment and large amounts of supplies to the island. Instead, they were forced to rely on night runs by destroyers which could not carry enough men or supplies to...

The Men Who Killed the Luftwaffe: The US Army Air Forces Against Germany in World War II

Product code:  37166AVI2
When World War II began, the United States' air forces numbered only 45,000 men and a few thousand aircraft - hardly enough to defend the country, let alone defeat the German Luftwaffe, the world's most formidable air force. Yet by war's end, the Luftwaffe had been crushed, and the U.S. Army Air Forces had delivered the decisive blows. The Men Who Killed the Luftwaffe tells the story of the striking transformation - one of the marvels of modern warfare - that enabled the U.S. to crush the air fo...

Warplane Plus No.01 A-17 The Complete History of the Northrop Attack Planes and its Export Derivatives

Product code:  62710AVI
The Northrop A-17, was a development of the Northrop Gamma 2F was a two-seat, single-engine, monoplane, attack bomber built in 1935 by the Northrop Corporation for the U.S. Army Air Corps. A-17s used by air forces of the British Commonwealth designated the aircraft as the “Nomad.” Although none of the US operated aircraft were involved in combat, a large number of machines served in a vital role as trainer for commonwealth pilots during World War Two. The export variant Douglas 8A did fire its g...

Polish Wings 27: French Flying Boats 1918-39

Product code:  58501AVI
This new book in the popular Polish Wings series tells the story of French flying boats in the service of the Polish Navy Air Force from the end of the First World War to the outbreak of the Second World War. During this period, the Polish naval air force used a number of French flying boats, mainly Schreck FBA 17 (a 1920s training flying boat), Liore et Olivier LeO H-13 and its variant H-135 (a 1920s biplane twin-engined flying boat reconnaissance-bomber) and Latham 43 (a flying boat bomber). A...