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59. Pfalz E.I-E.V59. Pfalz E.I-E.V
The Pfalz monoplanes were copies of the pre-war French Moranes and only saw limited service.
£7.50
57. Albatros C.I57. Albatros C.I
The C.I was a true workhorse that served the German Army Air service well from 1915 right through to the Armistice.
£7.50
56. Vickers FB.556. Vickers FB.5
The so-called 'Gunbus' is one of WWI's immortal aircraft and a VC was awarded to an FB.5 pilot.
£7.50
53. DFW C.V53. DFW C.V
'One of the truly great aircraft of the First World War' was how author Peter M Grosz summed up the DFW C.V and in this lavishly-illustrated monograph he explains just why. Thousands were built and it proved a highly versatile and long- serving reconnaissance aircraft.
£7.10
51.AEG G.IV51.AEG G.IV
Germany's best twin-engined bomber of WW1 played a key role in the 1917-1918 air war with regular attacks on Allied targets by night and day. The ultimate reference for the Wingnut Wings' AEG G.IV kits!
£12.50
50. (Airco) DH550. (Airco) DH5
Not deHavilland's most successful design, but the curious DH5 redeemed itself in the ground attack role.
£7.10
49.LFG ROLAND C.II49.LFG ROLAND C.II
The amazingly sleek -looking 'Walfisch' of 1915 was ,design -wise ,streets ahead of its contemporaries when it first appeared. Our classic 36 page Datafile is finally back in print and it remains the finest record of this German two-seater yet published. Great for the April 2014 WNW releases!
£12.50
48.THE AMC DH248.THE AMC DH2
The classic RFC pusher fighter profiled by Barry Gray. BACK IN STOCK!
£12.50
47. Roland D.II47. Roland D.II
Although as racy as its C.II forebear, the Haifisch was not to emulate its success and was soon relegated to the trainer role.
£6.50
46.SOPWITH SNIPE46.SOPWITH SNIPE
The Sopwith Snipe came in at the end of WW1 and went on to serve for many years with the peacetime RAF. This limited edition reprint offers a goldmine of rich and authentic data on this classic fighter.
£12.50
43. Halberstadt C1.IV43. Halberstadt C1.IV
This lighter version of the Cl.II proved equally popular with its crews.
£6.50
42. RAF BE2c42. RAF BE2c
The BE2c was soon outclassed in France, but it proved a deadly match for Zeppelin raiders over England.
£5.90