Datafiles 43 to 59
The Pfalz monoplanes were copies of the pre-war French Moranes and only saw limited service.This book covers all versions from the E.I to the E.V with photos and drawings of each.
Another WWI German two-seater classic a must have reference! All remaining copies are in mint condition.
'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.
Not deHavilland's most successful design, but the curious-looking DH5 redeemed itself in the ground attack role.
Although as racy as its C.II forebear, the Haifisch was not to emulate its success and was soon relegated to the trainer role. This popular Datafile-there are multiple kits for the D.II-is now down to the last few copies and liable to sell out shortly...
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!