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  • Messerschmitt Me 109 Pt. 3

    This third volume on the Me 109, as part of the Aircraft Monograph series, is dedicated to Me 109 painting, the Me 109 in enemy hands, aeroplane evaluation and highly illustrated technical descriptions. The Messerschmitt Bf 109 (Me 109) was a German World War II fighter aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt and Robert Lusser during the 1930s. Learn More
  • Impieratrica Marija-Class Battleships

    This book describes the history of four Russian battleships of the Great War from the Impieratrica Marija Class, both their service and tragic end. Construction began in 1911, with the help of British shipyard John Brown & Company for the Tsar's Black Sea Fleet. They entered service in 1915 and fought mainly against the Turkish navy. Learn More
  • Leipzig Light Cruiser

    The German light cruiser Leipzig was the lead ship of her class, built in Wilhelmshaven and launched in 1929. Following service during the Spanish Civil War, and a conversion to a training ship, Leipzig was re-commissioned and entered World War II in 1940. This monograph includes description of cruiser's combat service and technical data. Learn More
  • F6F Hellcat

    The Hellcat, along with the F4U Corsair, were the primary USN fighters during the second half of World War II. The Hellcat was the first USN fighter designed following combat with the formidable Japanese Zero and proved to be the most successful aircraft in naval history. Learn More
  • Avro Lancaster Cz. 1

    The Avro Lancaster is a British four-engined World War II heavy bomber made initially by Avro for the Royal Air Force (RAF). Used in many key operations by the RAF during the war, including the raid on Hamburg, Operation Chastise, and Operation Manna, dropping crucial food supplies to the Netherlands. Learn More
  • Pzl.37 O

    This is the complete illustrated history of Polish aircraft PZL.37 Los. The book covers the development history of this modern and very innovative Polish bomber, its service in Polish units before World War II, The September Campaign in Poland, and the aircraft's service in German and Russian hands. Learn More
  • Douglas A-1 Skyraider Cz. 1

    The Douglas A-1 (formerly AD) Skyraider was an American single-seat attack aircraft that saw service between the 1950s and early 1970s. This is the first of two books focusing on the Skyraider attack plane, used by US Navy, as well as US Army Air Force. Learn More
  • Schneiderêca, St.Êchamond

    The monograph tells the story of the French armour beginnings, covering the first and second French tanks ever produced, the Schneider CA and the St. Chamond, and describes their combat use as well as the development of doctrine use on the battlefields of World War I. Learn More
  • F4u-1, -4 Corsair

    The book starts with a brief historical description of the airplane, its design, development and combat service history and numerous photos covering both wartime shots and preserved aircraft in full-colour. Worth attention are the beautiful colour charts showing the servicing stencils arrangement and detailed plans in scales 1:48 and 1:72. Learn More
  • Yorktown, Enterprise, Hornet Vol. I

    The Yorktown-class aircraft carriers consisted of three carriers, Yorktown, Enterprise, and Hornet, built by the U.S. and completed shortly before World War II. They bore the brunt of early action in the Pacific, and sole survivor Yorktown went on to become the most decorated ship in the history of the U.S. Navy. Learn More

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