|116. Handley Page O/400|
First of a two volume study by Colin A Owers on the Handley Page twin- engined bomber nicknamed the 'Bloody Paralyser'.Contains 1:72 scale drawings of both O/100 and O/400 versions and over 60 photos. Perfect resource for those building Airfix ,Copper State and Wingnut Wings model kits!
|119. Hansa Brandenburg W.13|
One of the KuK Kriegsmarine's most well-used large flying boats is meticulously described and illustrated by George Haddow who also provides the scale plans and rare archive images.
|118. Hansa Brandenburg D.I|
Austria-Hungary's Hansa Brandenburg provided one of 'The Great War's' most distinctive fighter designs- the D.I, with its unusual 'star-strutter' wing layout, used with success by many KuK pilots. Written and illustrated by Harry Woodman.
|117. Pomilio PD/PE|
The attractive Pomilio PD and PE two-seaters enjoyed widespread service with the Italian air force in The Great War and specialist Gregory Alegi provides a detailed and informed commentary with over 60 rare wartime photos. .
|115. Bristol Fighter|
The Bristol Fighter's squadron service is covered in this unique volume with over 100 photos and three pages of colour profiles illustrating all unit markings employed on the type. Includes 1:8 scale drawings.
|114. Albatros C.X|
This distinctive-looking German two-seater was built by a number of sub-contractors and also served as an advanced training aeroplane. Over 60 photos plus six pages of fine-line scale drawings.
|113. SAML S.2|
Aviatik-inspired Italian two seater which saw widespread squadron service during the war.Includes six pages of detailed scale drawings and over 70 archive photographs.
|112. LVG C.IV|
The revolutionary LVG two-seater with its 'straight-eight' Mercedes engine was one of the most distinctive of WWI German two-seater aeroplanes operating in the First World War. Written by P M Grosz.
|111. Caproni Ca.4|
Classic reference on the giant Caproni Ca.4 triplane bomber with over 60 rare photos and ten pages of scale drawings and airframe sketches. One of our most popular Italian subject DATAFILES!
|110. Hansa Brandenburg C.I Types|
Over 105 photos and eight pages of detailed scale plans of all major series aircraft cover the most successful Austro-Hungarian two seater designs to see operational service in WWI.
|109. Salmson 2A2|
This rugged French two seater served with distinction in the AEF during the latter part of 1918 and is superbly chronicled in this image laden Datafile packed with great drawings and rare photos. Ideal for builders of Wingnut and Gaspatch model kits!
|108. The Bleriot at War|
Profusely illustrated and masterly monograph on the iconic early military Bleriot monoplanes with 100 photos and seven pages of detailed XI and XI-2 plans to both 1:48 and 1:72 scales. With extra colour images
|107. Pfalz D.III|
Completely new and extended study of the classic biplane , one of the most aesthetically pleasing of all the many German fighters used operationally in WWI. Includes extra colour profiles and manufacturer's sketches.
|106. LVG C.II|
This first class WWI German two-seater,one of the first of its type to carry machine gun armament aloft, is covered in depth by Peter M Grosz with the aid of more than 90 wartime photos and sketches.Includes five pages of scale plans and three colour profiles.
|105. SIA 7b|
This heavily-produced, but ultimately flawed, Italian two-seater is described in great depth by Gregory Alegi with over 80 rare photos six pages of scale plans. Plus three colour profiles.
|103. AMC DH6|
The classic British trainer is profiled by noted historian Bruce Robertson with over 90 photos, plus nine pages of scale plans by Ian Stair that include structural details.
|102. Aviatik B Types|
The long-serving early war German Aviatik B- types are extensively covered with over ten page of superb scale drawings and over 80 rare archive images. Another classic from Peter M Grosz.
|101. American DH4|
Superb new drawings, plus over 80 rare photos of the famous 'Liberty Plane'.
|100. Albatros D.I/D.II|
Superb scale plans, plus extra pages and three pages of colour profiles document the very first of the German Albatros fighters that plagued the RFC in early 1916.