|59. Pfalz E.I-E.V|
The Pfalz monoplanes were copies of the pre-war French Moranes and only saw limited service.
|57. 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.
|56. Vickers FB.5|
The so-called 'Gunbus' is one of WWI's immortal aircraft and a VC was awarded to an FB.5 pilot.
|53. 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.
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!
|50. (Airco) DH5|
Not deHavilland's most successful design, but the curious-looking DH5 redeemed itself in the ground attack role.
|49.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!
|48.THE AMC DH2|
The classic RFC pusher fighter profiled by Barry Gray. BACK IN STOCK!
|47. 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.
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.
|43. Halberstadt C1.IV|
This lighter version of the Cl.II proved popular with its crews and saw much action in the close support role. Includes 46 archive photos with 26 close-ups!