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This book is the latest in a new reference series for aircraft modellers called 'Spotlight On' and presents detailed illustrations of celebrated German dive-bomber from World War II, the Junkers Ju 87, better known as the Stuka.
Describes and illustrates the camouflage and markings of six Bf 109 F German World War II fighter.
The book also includes six sets of high quality decals and stencils for each of these aircraft in 1/48 and 1/72 scale, produced by ModelMaker.
The Fairey Flycatcher was the archetypal between-the-wars Fleet Air Arm fighter. The idiosyncratic biplane was loved by crews and public alike, despite its unlikely appearance and moderate performance.
This book describes in detail the camouflage and markings of the day fighters used by the Polish Air Force in 1939–47. Aircraft of Polish, French, British, American, Soviet and German origin are shown.
This second title in the new 'Spotlight On' series presents detailed scale drawings and colour profiles of the F-104 Starfighters in their special camouflage schemes.
50 colour profiles of 44 different F4U Corsairs showing variety of the camouflage and markings of different users.
Also includes plan views showing camouflage and markings.
A colouring book featuring 15 accurate, authentic renderings of classic fighter aircraft from the Mushroom Models archive. The illustrated pages also feature captions with detailed technical data and scale plans
This book describes the history of the little-known emblems and distinctive markings of Russian military aviation from its early origins up to the Russian exit from World War One.
The Fairey Barracuda was the first monoplane torpedo bomber operated by the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm.
his book covers U.S. military aircraft used by Royal Swedish Air Force during World War II and up to the present day. Aircraft in service are illustrated and described in unparalleled detail by the highly-respected Swedish aviation expert Mikael Forslund.
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.