|38. (Airco) DH10|
Somewhat elegant for a bomber, the Amiens arrived too late to make any impact on the war.
|32. Spad 13.C1|
Superb GAs, 66 archive photos, 31 close-ups, detailed camouflage drawings and a kit survey.
|31. Phönix D.I/II|
Superior to both the OEF D.III and Aviatik D.I, the Phönix fighters were flown by many leading air aces.
|26. Sopwith Camel|
Now in its third printing, this is the ultimate Camel reference!
|25. Fokker D.VIII|
The legendary 'Flying Razor' arrived too late to make a big impact on the war, but remains a firm modeller's favourite.
|22. Sopwith Triplane|
Another classic fighter design from the Sopwith factory, this nimble triplane was the favourite of many pilots.