FINAL DATAFILE for the year profiles a classic Italian fighting flying boat in great detail. Many rare photos!
AT long last, this is a French subject, the striking -looking Caudron twin-engine, three -seat escort fighter!
THE Front-line fighter that never was. Colin Owers has the fascinating story of a late British WWI 'might-have -been'...
|159.AD FLYING BOATS|
COLIN Owers has the story of the AD flying boats with rare photos and a dozen pages of scale drawings in the usual scales. A unique document!
|158.THE UFAG C.I|
ONE of the Dual Monarchy's most successful and popular two-seaters is painstakingly profiled in this unique Datafile!
|157,HALBERSTADT CL.II AT WAR!|
TOTALLY revised study of the famouus German two-seater with stacks of photos, detailed drawings,colour profiles and more! Soon to be kitted by Wingnut Wings!
|155,ITALIAN SPADS AT WAR!|
TWO of Italy's top WWI aero historians combine talents for this all-new study of the SPAD VII and XIII in Italian service.
COLIN Owers profiles the Vickers Bullets in this unique monograph with rare material throughout-includes exclusive Russian service data!
|153.RAF RE8 AT WAR.|
THE immortal RAF RE8 reconnaissance two-seater revisited in a brand new,heavily- illustrated DATAFILE!
DATAFILE 150 profiles a classic and highly regarded Austro-Hungarian two seater with many rare photos, great scale plans and colour profiles!
|149.RUMPLER C.IV AT WAR|
Brand new,highly illustrated study of the gracile Rumpler two seaters with dozens of rare photos, drawings, colour photos/profiles and more!
|148.THE AMC DH1/DH1A|
The two-seat pusher designed by Geoffrey deHavilland is given star treatment by Colin Owers.
|143. Late Gotha Bombers|
Four relatively obscure versions of the Gotha series of German bombers are covered in depth.
|142. Parnall Panther|
Not one of 'The Great War's' most well-known designs, but the Parnall Panther fleet spotter of 1918 was revolutionary in many ways.
|141. AMC DH9A 'NINAK' Volume Two|
Second volume of our 'Ninak' coverage with over 100 colour and archive photos, more than seven pages of drawings, plus three pages of colour profiles.
|140. Fokker C.1|
The big, two-seat D.VII variant with over 90 photos and both new and contemporary drawings. Unique archive.