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Second in a two-part series on post-WW2 British light aircraft, this book describes and illustrates all the designs built and flown from 1945 on. Full technical descriptions, 3-view drawings and photos for each type, to complement the full history of the
This book describes and illustrates all the fighter aircraft used by the Hungarian armed forces during WW2. Covering both the indigenous designs employed early on through to the German and Italian fighters.
Kolejna książka z popularnej Serii Polish Wings opisuje rodzinę polskich bombowców, PZL.23 Karaś oraz jego następców, w tym PZL.46 Sum. PZL.23 Karaś był podstawowym bombowcem we Wrześniu 1939 r.
The first appearance of the Sherman tank in battle was at the Battle of Alamein in North Africa. The colours and markings applied to these vehicles by the British Army is described and illustrated in detail in this new book, covering all the regiments whi
The Argentine FMA IA-58 Pucará light attack aircraft was developed in the late 1960s. The aircraft remains in active service to this day. Best known for its involvement in the South Atlantic conflict in 1982.
History of the successful Czechoslovak bomber squadron in the RAF during WW2. No. 311 (Czechoslovak) Bomber Squadron was established as the second Czechoslovak combat squadron within the Royal Air Force during the summer of 1940.
The best and most complete guide to this topic ever produced. Excellent information about this type for an unbeatable price. Superb photographs and colour artwork to attract enthusiasts and casual browsers.
THE MEN INSIDE THE METAL vol. I
The British AFV Crewman in WW2 Vol. 1
This book, Volume 1 in a series of two, completes the story of the uniforms and equipment of British tank and AFV crews.
This book is a true modeller’s reference, covering all aspects of the MiG-15 from production to service use in a concise and accessible way. The text description is well supported with line diagrams and photographs to highlight the many changes made over
he 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.
An illustrated history of the evolution of the most famous World War Two jet fighter aircraft, the Me 262A. All the prototype and production versions are described and illustrated.