134. RAF FE2d
One of the most iconic of all WWI British two-seaters is chronicled in our latest DATAFILE. Royal Aircraft Factory specialist Paul R Hare records the development and service of the FE2d, the Rolls-Royce-powered ‘Fee’ which performed steadfast duty over the Western Front in 1917/1918. 1:48 and 1:72 scale drawings are provided by Ian R Stair, Danilo Renzuli contributed the cover painting, whilst Ronny Bar presents three pages of all-new highly detailed and authentic colour profiles. With some stunning images providing close-up details of nacelle, cockpit and armament, our 134th DATAFILE offers a unique treasure trove of archival documentation - a classic reference. Colours and markings, notes, appendices, and contemporary drawings of Rolls Royce Falcon engines round off this long overdue companion volume to DF No.18 on the FE2b.
- 32 pages + covers
- 7 colour plates
- 42 large-area photos
- 7 pages of 1:48/1:72 scale drawings by I R Stair