71. LVG C.V
OF the many German two-seater designs to see active service in the latter half of 'The Great War', the LVG C.V was unquestionably one of the very best,combat units placing it on a par with the DFW C.V (DF 53) and the Rumpler C.IV (DF 149). These doughty machines have remained top selling subjects in the DATAFILE series over the years and the LVG C.V has proved no less popular with model aeroplane enthusiasts. Author Peter M Grosz has fine-combed his extensive photographic archive library to present a lavishly-illustrated study that,combined with Ian Stair's 1:48 and 1: 72 scale drawings, contemporary technical sketches covering structural detail and reports on finishing techniques, provides un-matched coverage of this classic warplane. There are over 70 rare photos, together with comprehensive camouflage and markings notes supported by three rear cover colour plates including an uppersurface plan view.A spectacular package.