|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.
Second edition of Jack Bruce's classic Datafile on the truly legendary 504K on which thousands of young British airmen earned their wings before going to war.
|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.