Datafiles 163 -174
The second eagerly-awaited volume is now here! With comprehensive and informed captions, pilots' accounts, more unique colour profiles and over 80 rare photos!
First of a special brand new two part study of the classic German Pfalz fighter of 1917/1918. With all new material!
The classic British two-seater is profiled in this brand new study with many colour illustrations.
Brand spanking new study of this well-known Austro Hungarian fighter with many rare photos and superb colour profiles!
The famous Navalized version of the mercurial Sopwith Camel is given 4-star treatment by Colin Owers in this all-new revisionist monograph.
Harry Woodman and Ray Rimell complete their coverage of the Hannover biplanes with more rare photos, superb scale drawings and three pages of new Ronny Bar artwork! A modeller's treasure trove for Wingnut Wings kit builders!!
'Hannoveraners'-a two volume study; DATAFILE No. 168 provides unparalleled coverage of the German Hannover two-seaters of 1917/1918-perfect for the new Wingnut Wings reissue!
Completely new study of the late war Nieuport 'Vee-strutters' with an excellent selection of archive images,fresh scale plans and nine Ronny Bar profiles!
Colin Owers has the full story of the American Thomas Morse Scouts which featured in many Hollywood movies after the war. This highly-detailed monograph provides all the usual DATAFILE features plus an up-to-date listing of all Tommy survivors with colour photos of nearly every one.
Brand new study of this classic RAF -designed two-seater with extra colour pages-includes many close-ups of the two TVAL reproductions!
THE so-called 'Super Handley' makes a welcome addition to the popular series. Written by Colin Owers ,with detailed 1:72 scale plans, rare photos and six new cover profiles from Ronny Bar, this is a great record of a great aeroplane.
THE first Datafile of 2014 could hardly be more appropriate. Here is the story of the early BE2 series that went to war in August 1914. With over 67 photos and great new drawings based on RAF blueprints.