77. Albatros C.VII
The Albatros C.VII played a vital role in WWI, particularly the 1916-1917 Winter campaigns when German airmen found the type not only robust and reliable, but also easy to fly-important attributes for any combat aeroplane. Medium-range reconnaissance,artillery observation and light bombing-the Albatros C.VII excelled in them all and served in large numbers on the Front line for many months.The type remained in service until mid 1917 before finally giving way to improved types such as the DFW C.V, LVG.C.V and Rumpler C.IV two seaters which are already fully documented by Peter M Grosz in the DATAFILE series. With over 70 rare archive images-including detail close-ups to aid modellers,this excellent monograph also contains five pages of scale drawings plus extended camouflage and markings notes together with three rear cover plates. Another great addition to our unique Albatros library...