PZL P.24 A-G

Andrzej Glass, Tassos Katsikas

Although built in fewer numbers than the PZL P.11, the PZL P.24 was for a period during the 1930's the fastest and most heavily armed single-seat fighter in the world.
Publication date:
June 2019
Publisher :
Kagero
Language:
English
Series :
Monograph
Illustration :
155 archival photos, 150 profiles, A3 and A4 drawing sheets
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9788366148055

Dimensions : 297 X 210 mm
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Overview
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Although built in fewer numbers than the PZL P.11, the PZL P.24 was for a period during the 1930's the fastest and most heavily armed single-seat fighter in the world. Having acquired early notoriety at the Paris Salon with their innovative wing design, the P.24 represented the ultimate development of the family of fighter planes designed by Zygmunt Pulawski and saw service in the air forces of four countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Turkey.

REVIEWS

This little aircraft isn't all that well-known outside of where it served, so it's good to see it getting a little prominence with this release. It is a good one-stop-shop if you would like to get to know it a little better and broaden your knowledge a little bit in the process. Highly recommended.
Britmodeller.com

Another very good addition to the series of Monographs from Kagero and interesting to anyone interested in aircraft of the WW2 era.
Military Model Scene