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In the summer of 1942, German forces resumed their attack on the Eastern Front, this time concentrating exclusively on the southern sector, with the objective of conquering Stalingrad and the Caucasus.
This book provides a detailed account of specialised light gun trucks produced by Italian industry in response to a specific request of the Regio Esercito between mid-1942 and mid-1943, known as the AS42 and the AS43.
The Fairey Barracuda was the first monoplane torpedo bomber operated by the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm.
The Saab 29, called “Flygande Tunnan” (English: "The flying barrel") was a Swedish fighter designed and manufactured by SAAB in the 1940s. It was Sweden's second turbojet-powered combat aircraft.
In this book the authors have endeavoured to remedy a notable lack of comprehensive coverage on this specialist subject. The development of all the many engines produced by Japanese aero-engine manufacturing companies from 1912 to 1945 is explored.
An illustrated history of the evolution of the 'Emil' version of Germany's most famous World War Two fighter aircraft:
How the Bf 109 E changed during production from 1936 to 1941.
This book from the series “INSIDE” shows detailed drawings of the famous Polish (used in 1939) aircraft instrument panels in great detail.
Also every single instrument is shown in the separate big drawing.
The Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78 was a conflict between the Ottoman Empire and the Eastern Orthodox coalition led by the Russian Empire and composed of Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, and Montenegro.