Jose Fernandez

The author is a renowned aviation historian, with many books in both French and English to his name.

  • Forthcoming French Bombers of WW2 NEW ART
    French Bombers of WWII
    While French fighter aircraft of the early period of World War II are well known and the subject of many books, the bombers used by the French Air Force in this period are up to now not well documented in English.
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    French Wings No. 4
    This is the fourth title in the “French Wings” series, describing the history of the LeO 45 from initial specifications to retirement after WWII. The Leo 45 was a modern (by 1940 standards) bomber in the Armée de l’Air (French Air Force), probably the best known of such aircraft.
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    Douglas F3D Skyknight
    The F3D was designed as a carrier-based all-weather fighter aircraft. It saw service with the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps. While it never achieved the fame of the F-86 Sabre or other contemporary aircraft, it downed several MiG-15s as a night fighter over Korea with only one...
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    French Wings No. 3
    This third in the French Wings series tells the story of the Breguet 27,Potez 39 and Mureaux 115/117 aircraft in the French Air Force.
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    Macchi C.200 Saetta
    The Macchi C.200 Saetta (also variously identified as the MC.200) was a WWII fighter aircraft built by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy, and used in various forms throughout the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force). The C.200 had excellent manoeuvrability and the general flying characteristics left little to be desired.
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    French Wings No. 2
    Druga książka z nowej serii 'French Wings' opisuje historię samolotów Nieuport-Delage Ni-D 29 & Ni-D 62 w lotnictwie Francuskim. Doskonale ilustrowana wcześniej niepublikowanymi zdjęciami i ilustracjami. Przykłady malowań i oznaczeń.
    This second title in the new “French Wings” series tells the story of the Nieuport-Delage Ni-D 29 & Ni-D 62 fighter aircraft in the French Air Force. The acquisition and operations of these aircraft is told in detail, illustrated with many previously unpublished photos.
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    Potez 63 Family
    The Potez 63 and its variants was a significant part of the French Air Force’s equipment in 1939/40, serving in the light bomber, fighter, and reconnaissance roles. The development and operational use of these elegant twins is described in this new book, illustrated with many photos, including a good selection...

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