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Aircraft Of World War I

Author: Jack Herris
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ISBN: 9781906626662
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Illustrated with detailed artworks of combat aircraft and their markings, 'The Essential Aircraft Identification Guide: Aircraft of WWI' is a comprehensive study of the aircraft that fought in the Great War of 1914-18. Arranged chronologically by theater of war and campaign, this book offers a complete organizational breakdown of the units on all the fronts, including the Eastern and Italian Fronts. Each campaign includes a compact history of the role and impact of aircraft on the course of the conflict, as well as orders of battle, lists of commanders and campaign aces such as Manfred von Richtofen, Eddie Rickenbacker, Albert Ball and many more.Every type of aircraft is featured, including the numerous variations and types of well-known models, such as the Fokker Dr.I, the Sopwith Camel and the SPAD SVII, through to lesser-known aircraft, such as the Rumpler C.1, and the Amstrong Whitworth FK8. Each aircraft profile is accompanied by exhaustive specifications, as well as details of individual and unit markings. Packed with more than 200 color profiles of every major type of combat aircraft from the era, 'The Essential Aircraft Identification Guide: Aircraft of WWI' is an essential reference guide for modelers, military historians and aircraft enthusiasts.

Three Wings For The Red Baron

Author: Leon Bennett
Publisher: Helion & Company Limited
ISBN: 9781907677137
Size: 37.25 MB
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This title explores the career of Manfred von Richthoffen, top fighter pilot in the German Luftwaffe during the First World War, and tells the story of his famous three-winged airplane, the Fokker Triplane.

Albatros B Ii

Author: Piotr Mrozowski
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ISBN: 9788392025436
Size: 38.17 MB
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Technical/historical background illustrated with b/w photos and a selection of detailed walk around full color photographs highlighting technical details of Germany's most popular World War I trainer and observation airplane. Contains: 176 full color inside and out color photos of the only two existing examples of the Albatros B.II: one from Museum in Cracow, Poland and another from Flygvapen museum in Linkoping, Sweden. REVIEWS "Recently released in the US, this 2005 monograph relates the development and deployment of the first of the Albatros two-seat reconnaissance biplane series. It is a testament to Ernst Heinkel's design that the type was also built and fl own after World War I... - illustrated extensively...In addition to 176 color photos of all manner of details of both museum aircraft, the monograph offers scale drawings, color profiles and listings of Albatros B.II serial number batches. Over the Front

Wingnut Wings

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Publisher: Air Modeller's Guide
ISBN: 9780993564611
Size: 71.27 MB
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If you are a fan of WWI aircraft then this is a book for you. Showcasing a selection of builds of the stunningly high detailed kits available from New Zealand based brand Wingnut Wings. This publication is the second in a series of books showcasing a number of different kit builds that detail the methods and materials used to achieve the stunning models.

Messerschmitt Bf 108 Taifun

Author: Jan Forsgren
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
ISBN: 9788361421672
Size: 46.67 MB
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The Messerschmitt Bf 108 Taifun (German for "typhoon") was a German single-engine sports, touring and communications aircraft developed by Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (Bavarian Aircraft Works). The experience gained by Messerschmitt in developing this aircraft led to the most important German fighter of World War II, the Messerschmitt Bf 109. By the outbreak of World War II, the Bf 108 was in widespread service with the Luftwaffe as a communications and ferry aircraft. Both pre- and postwar, the Bf 108 was a popular and widely used civil light aircraft. Profusely illustrated with photos, including a comprehensive walk-around section showing all aspects of the airframe, and diagrams from official manuals. Includes 1/72nd and 1/48th scale plans of all variants, and color profiles showing many of the colorful schemes applied to the bf 108 by its many users.

Pfalz Aircraft Of World War I

Author: Jack Herris
Publisher: Flying Machines Press
ISBN: 9781891268151
Size: 76.23 MB
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This book details every Pfalz design, from the eraly two seaters and prototypes through the classic D.III, D.VIII and D.XIII fighters that saw combat on the Western Front. It features more than 320 never-published photos, many of operational aircraft and their markings, plus a lavish, 18-page color section highlighting 62 aircraft, many of which have never been portrayed in color, and excellent five-view scale drawings of 15 Pfalz designs to standard modelers' scales of 1/48 and 1/72.

Us Navy F 4 Phantom Ii Units Of The Vietnam War 1969 73

Author: Peter E. Davies
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472823613
Size: 19.99 MB
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Although the F-4 Phantom II was the most important fighter-bomber to see action with all three American services during the Vietnam War, it was essentially a U.S. Navy design, and the carrier-borne squadron crews were its main operators in combat. The aircraft pioneered the use of long-range, radar-guided missiles in combat, although the majority of its Vietnam missions involved ground-attack with a variety of innovative ordnance. From 1968 to 1973 the Phantom II was the standard U.S. Navy fighter in Southeast Asia, having replaced several other types. Its performance and versatility enabled it to perform a variety of different missions, and switch roles as necessary, in the assault on some of the world's most heavily defended territory. Including detailed colour profiles and first-person commentary from active participants in the F-4's naval combat history, this is a detailed study of the U.S. armed services' most famous post-war fighter.

At The Controls

Author: Eric F. Long
Publisher: Boston Mills Press
ISBN: 9781550463651
Size: 15.38 MB
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Printed to coincide with a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition, "At the Controls" is a photographic look at the cockpits of 40 aircraft and five spacecraft of historical note. Full color. 30 archival images.

Flying For France With The American Escadrille At Verdun

Author: James Rogers Mcconnell
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781548011901
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Beneath the canvas of a huge hangar mechanicians are at work on the motor of an airplane. Outside, on the borders of an aviation field, others loiter awaiting their aerial charge's return from the sky. Near the hangar stands a hut-shaped tent. In front of it several short-winged biplanes are lined up; inside it three or four young men are lolling in wicker chairs. They wear the uniform of French army aviators. These uniforms, and the grim-looking machine guns mounted on the upper planes of the little aircraft, are the only warlike note in a pleasantly peaceful scene. The war seems very remote. It is hard to believe that the greatest of all battles-Verdun-rages only twenty-five miles to the north, and that the field and hangars and mechanicians and aviators and airplanes are all playing a part therein. Suddenly there is the distant hum of a motor. One of the pilots emerges from the tent and gazes fixedly up into the blue sky. He points, and one glimpses a black speck against the blue, high overhead. The sound of the motor ceases, and the speck grows larger. It moves earthward in steep dives and circles, and as it swoops closer, takes on the shape of an airplane. Now one can make out the red, white, and blue circles under the wings which mark a French war-plane, and the distinctive insignia of the pilot on its sides. "Ton patron arrive!" one mechanician cries to another. "Your boss is coming!" The machine dips sharply over the top of a hangar, straightens out again near the earth at a dizzy speed a few feet above it and, losing momentum in a surprisingly short time, hits the ground with tail and wheels. It bumps along a score of yards and then, its motor whirring again, turns, rolls toward the hangar, and stops. A human form, enveloped in a species of garment for all the world like a diver's suit, and further adorned with goggles and a leather hood, rises unsteadily in the cockpit, clambers awkwardly overboard and slides down to terra firma. A group of soldiers, enjoying a brief holiday from the trenches in a cantonment near the field, straggle forward and gather timidly about the airplane, listening open-mouthed for what its rider is about to say. "Hell!" mumbles that gentleman, as he starts divesting himself of his flying garb. "What's wrong now?" inquires one of the tenants of the tent. "Everything, or else I've gone nutty," is the indignant reply, delivered while disengaging a leg from its Teddy Bear trousering. "Why, I emptied my whole roller on a Boche this morning, point blank at not fifteen metres off. His machine gun quit firing and his propeller wasn't turning and yet the darn fool just hung up there as if he were tied to a cloud. Say, I was so sure I had him it made me sore-felt like running into him and yelling, 'Now, you fall, you bum!'" The eyes of the poilus register surprise. Not a word of this dialogue, delivered in purest American, is intelligible to them. Why is an aviator in a French uniform speaking a foreign tongue, they mutually ask themselves....

The Great War And The North West

Author: Nicholas Mansfield
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ISBN: 9781859362266
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Britain's North West was arguably the powerhouse of the whole British war effort. It was a prime conductor to the newly created mass munitions production as well as meeting the other material needs of the armed forces, ranging from battleships to uniforms. This title looks at how the region supported and was forever changed by the war to end all wars.