Magnificently illustrated with gorgeous colour profiles, this wonderful book also contains line drawings which depict training and combat aircraft ( both Allied and Axis powers ) in service during the Second World War.
||32 x 25 x 3 cm
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||Très bon état
||Elke C. Weal, John A. Weal and Richard F. Barker
||ARMS AND ARMOUR PRESS
Over 400 illustrations, including 176 in full colour, and several thousand specifications of aircraft types and variants combine to make Combat Aircraft of World War Two the most important aviation reference work to have been published for years. The result of long and intensive research, this represents the first serious attempt to gather together, within one volume, concise yet comprehensive details of every aircraft actively engaged in operations during the Second World War.
Accurate data lists provide the basic technical details of each aircraft, including a brief résumé of its wartime career. ( ... )
John A. Weal is a British author and illustrator. As a military aviation historian, he is well - known as a Luftwaffe specialist. John A. Weal has both written and illustrated several books about military aviation, such as : Junkers Ju 88 Kampfgeschwader on the Russian Front ( Osprey Combat Aircraft, 79 ), More Bf 109 Aces of the Russian Front ( Osprey Aircraft of the Aces, 76 ), Lentolaivue 24 ( with Kari Stenman, Osprey Aviation Elite Units, 4 ), Rumanian Aces of World War 2 ( with Dénes Bérnad, Osprey Aircraft of the Aces, 54 ).
( sources : Babelio, amazon )