The Ultimate Piston Fighters of the Luftwaffe
Profusely illustrated with technical drawings and fascinating data and information on the Luftwaffe’s most radical fighter projects, Justo Miranda chronicles the revolutionary designs that might have changed the course of the war. A fascinating book for the military historian, modellers and those interested in aviation, this shows how advanced German scientists were towards the end of the Second World War and how the beloved Spitfire and Mustang would have been instantly superseded by radical Nazi fighters.
248 x 172 mm - hardback - 256 pages - illustrations: 154 technical drawings
The Ultimate Flying Wings of the Luftwaffe
Impossible to detect by radar or intercepted by fighters, the Luftwaffe embarked on top secret projects to create supersonic and stealth flying wings to end the war.
248 x 172 mm - hardback - 248 pages - 133 black-and-white technical drawings
Axis Suicide Squads: German and Japanese Secret Projects of the Second World War
A previously unpublished compilation of German and Japanese secret projects of suicide aircraft.
248 x 172 mm - hardback - 288 pages - 125 back-and-white scale drawings