NEW! FOKKER F.I/DR.I Model Special by Ray Rimell/ Richard Alexander


A cure for 'Fokkeritis'!!

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Greg VanWyngarden covers no less than 18 Jastas that operated the iconic Fokker Triplane over the Western Front in 1917 and 1918. One of our best ever sellers and the ultimate colours and markings guide for all Fokker Triplane modellers!

OUR TENTH MODELLING SPECIAL is the first of two volumes in our FOKKER F.I/DR.I series of scale modelling Anthologies! 72 pages plus covers and crammed with model build articles, great reference photos, new colour profiles, build logs for Meng kits; 1:32/1:24 scale Fokker kit reviews; colours discussion; WNW design insights; airfield and railway dioramas and so much more!


36 archive photos plus 18 close-ups combine to fully document the classic Eindecker fighter.
This Eindecker monograph contains, at last, the true story of Germany's synchronised gun development in the formative years of true aerial combat. With detailed scale plans and over 70 photos


Peter M Grosz chronicles the early biplane Fokker fighters from  D.I to D.IV with six colour profiles;over 105 rare archive photos and full descriptive texts. Detailed scale drawings in 1:48 and 1:72 scale by Ian Stair showcase the major versions, there are exhaustive appendices and an extended colours and markings section by series editor Ray Rimell supporting  seven unique colour profiles. All the remaining few copies are in mint condition.

Windsock Mini Datafile 11 profiles the Fokker D.V that proved its worth as a first class trainer for German airmen in WWI. This well-illustrated monograph includes many photos, scale plans and colour profiles on the rear covers.
Detailed coverage of the D.VII's from multiple Jastas, with contributions from leading experts.
The third of three volume profiles Albatros-built D.VII's.
OUR third in the popular Windsock Worldwide Modelling Special  series with all four of Wingnut Wings' superb Fokker D.VII kits covered in depth with new and exclusive supportive material -a veritable feast for any WWI aeromodeller!


THE legendary  Fokker  E.V/D.VIII  arrived too late to make a big impact on the first air war, but it has remained a firm modeller's favourite over many decades with several hyper-accurate flying reproductions also having been built in Germany and New Zealand in recent years. One of our most popular WWI German fighter references with over 90 photos, detailed plans and three colour profiles.