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Patton's Eyes in the Sky (T. Ivie)
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Patton's Eyes in the Sky (T. Ivie)

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Descrive ed illustra le missioni delle Ricognizione Tattica dell'USAAF in Europa nel biennio 1944-45, con particolare attenzione allo sbarco in Normandia, alle Ardenne e alla valle del Reno. il volo a bassa quota era la specialità di questi piloti. 208 pp, 225x300, con foto e mappe.

Luftwaffe at War: Blitzkrieg in the West, 1939-1940, Vol. 2
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Luftwaffe at War: Blitzkrieg in the West,...

Prezzo 30,00 €

by E.R. Hooton At the onset of World War II, the Luftwaffe's air superiority allowed it to destroy much of the enemy's materiel before the army swept forward. This heavily illustrated book examines the period after the victory over Poland in 1939, when the German Blitzkrieg led to the crushing defeats of Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Norway and...

Dive Bomber and Ground Attack Units Volume 1
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Dive Bomber and Ground Attack Units Volume 1

Prezzo 55,00 €

Dive Bomber and Ground Attack Units of the Luftwaffe 1933-45 Volume 1 by Henry L. deZeng IV and Douglas G. Stankey The first in this two-volume series will provide all aviation historians with an exhaustive reference work on all the Luftwaffe's dive-bomber and ground-attack units, including information on operations. All 16 Stuka Geschwader, 17...

Imperial Airways
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Imperial Airways

Prezzo 61,00 €

The Birth of the British Airline Industry 1914-1940 by Robert Bluffield Imperial Airways is a name redolent of the excitement and glamour of the pioneering years of flight. Founded in the 1920s, Imperial Airways flew to destinations all over the world. This beautiful and evocative book on the 'golden age' of passenger flight is the result of years of...

Dornier Do 335: PFEIL/ARROW
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Dornier Do 335: PFEIL/ARROW

Prezzo 79,00 €

Often described as 'brutal' yet 'innovative' in design, the massive 'push-pull' Dornier Do 335 all-weather heavy fighter was symbolic of late-war German aircraft design . Backed up by superb colour profile artwork and detailed line drawings, this fully updated and much expanded edition book represents the finest research on this enigmatic aircraft....

V2 The A4 Rocket from Peenemünde to Redstone
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V2 The A4 Rocket from Peenemünde to Redstone

Prezzo 79,00 €

Key Points Includes origins and development of rocketry Includes detailed accounts from personnel associated with the A4/V2 programme Illustrated throughout with rare and previously unseen photographs, some in colour Description The A4 rocket, or V2 – ‘Vergeltungswaffen Zwei’ (Vengeance Weapon 2), was the most sophisticated weapon developed...

Focke-Wulf Fw 200 The Condor at War 1939-1945
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Focke-Wulf Fw 200 The Condor at War 1939-1945

Prezzo 79,00 €

The Focke-Wulf Fw 200 The Condor at War 1939-1945 Conceived and developed as a civilian airliner during the 1930s, the elegant four-engined Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor soon became one of the Luftwaffe’s most immediately recognisable and potent maritime armed reconnaissance aircraft. Following its introduction into service in 1939, the Condor took part...

Dornier Do 215
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Dornier Do 215

Prezzo 79,00 €

Key Points Most comprehensive account of this often overlooked and misunderstood aircraft Describes covert operations and development into night-fighter Contains hundreds of rare photographs, colour artwork, technical data, camouflage and markings, production and loss lists Description Although one of the Luftwaffe’s lesser-known front line...

Focke Wulf Fw 190 Volume 3: 1944-45
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Focke Wulf Fw 190 Volume 3: 1944-45

Prezzo 79,00 €

When it first appeared in the skies over France in late 1941, the pugnacious, radial-engine Focke Wulf Fw190 represented a formidable and ominous foe to the RAF. Despite initial technical problems with the engine, as well as with the ailerons, elevators and undercarriage on the early A-1 and A-2 variants, the FW190 soon proved itself as a dependable...