113. SAML S.2
This German Aviatik-inspired Italian two- seater, which saw widespread squadron service, is covered in great depth by Italian air historian Gregory Alegi in this heavily illustrated 36 page DATAFILE.SAML aircraft are largely unknown outside their native counrtry, but the firm accounted for about 5% of all wartime Italian aircraft orders and deliveries; their SAML S.2 was the best of these and built in large numbers. Martin Digmayer provides six pages of exacting 1:48 and 1:72 plans -both early and late versions-and the narrative is further supported by over 70 rare photos and some great colour art! Detailed colour notes and three rear cover plates round off this great reference!