|8. BUILDING THE HANNOVER CL.II|
Wingnut Wings Special published to coincide with the September 2019 reissue of the popular Hannover Cl.II two seater!Over 190 images, highly detailed model build, new profiles, unique archive photo gallery and much, much more!
|6.BUILDING THE WINGNUT WINGS JUNKERS D.I|
The perfect companion to Wingnut Wings release of April 2018! Detailed builder's log;scale plans;colour profiles and special sections on WNW modelling for beginners. Plus archive photos ,sketches and more.
|Jasta 5 Volume 2|
Glen K Merrill tells the full story of Jasta 5, one of Germany's crack air units in WWI. This is the second of two volumes, of which over 7000 copies have already sold!
|Jasta 5 Volume 1|
Glen K Merrill tells the full story of Jasta 5, one of Germany's crack air units in WWI. This is the first of two volumes;7000 copies already sold!
|26. Sopwith Camel|
Now in its third printing, this is the ultimate Camel reference and remains one of our best sellers in constant demand! Includes many close-up detail photos,a double page cutaway drawing,scale plans and three colour profiles.
|Sopwith Camel Squadrons|
Les A Rogers details the famous Sopwith Camel fighter. Perfect colours' reference for this year's big scale WNW and Merit Camel kits!
|93. Albatros B.II|
The classic WWI two seater is covered by expert Peter M Grosz with six pages of detailed GAs in 1:48 and 1:72.Just the perfect reference for the Wingnut Wings kit released inDecember 20161Poland and Sweden.
|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.
|DATAFILE 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 Eduard / WNW kits! We have two rare first editions available!!!
Jack M Bruce's stunning 48 page reference provides unmatched detail for the classic WWI fighter as flown by the top aces.
Les A Rogers brings together his extensive knowledge and archive database to present unit-by-unit coverage of the famous fighters.
|115. Bristol Fighter|
The Bristol Fighter's squadron service is covered in this unique volume with over 100 photos and three pages of colour profiles illustrating all unit markings employed on the type. Includes 1:8 scale drawings.
Peter M Grosz documents the famous German bomber from the G.II to the G.Vb.Scores of photos,scale drawings and unique colour profiles.LIMITED NUMBERS!
|22. Sopwith Triplane|
Another classic fighter design from the Sopwith factory, the nimble triplane was the favourite of many pilots and did sterling war service with the RNAS. Includes over 40 close-up detail photos!
|3.BUILDING THE WINGNUT WINGS FOKKER D.VII|
OUR third in the popular Windsock Worldwide Modelling Special with all four of Wingnut Wings' superb Fokker D.VII kits covered in depth with new and exclusive supportive material -a veritable feast for any WWI aeromodeller!
|Fokker D.VII Anthology 2|
Detailed coverage of the D.VII's from multiple Jastas, with contributions from leading experts.
Jack M Bruce documents the classic design, long time favourite of flying scale modellers worldwide. One of our most popular titles with over 10,000 copies sold!
|6. Sopwith 2F1 Camel|
Over 33 rare archive photos, 1:48 / 1:72 scale plans, and detailed colour notes with four colour profiles on the outer covers LIMITED AVAILABILITY.
|91. Fokker E.I/II|
This Eindecker monograph contains, at last, the true story of Germany's synchronised gun development in the formative years of true aerial combat. With detailed scale plans and over 70 photos
|15. Fokker E.III|
36 archive photos plus 18 close-ups combine to fully document the classic Eindecker fighter.
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.
|Vol 27,No.5.September/October 2011|
This landmark edition continues Lance Krieg's popular modelling series, looks at a unique Rumpler restoration in Germany and features a detailed review build of the Wingnut Wings' Pfalz D.XII!
|Volume 28, No.2,March/April 2012|
THIS edition brings WWI model aeroplane enthusiasts a veritable feast of top-notch reference and modelling know -how. Includes an exclusive build-log for Wingnut's Rumpler and Vickers Vimy colour profiles!
|109. Salmson 2A2|
This rugged French two seater served with distinction in the AEF during the latter part of 1918 and is superbly chronicled in this image laden Datafile packed with great drawings and rare photos. Ideal for builders of Wingnut and Gaspatch model kits!
|72. (Airco) DH9|
The DH9 proved inferior to its DH4 predecessor but nevertheless saw widespread service in the latter stages of the war. Perfect reference for modellers of the 'Nine' with many close- up airframe images and detailed scale drawings across the centre pages..
|4.BUILDING THE WINGNUT WINGS AEG G.IV|
Our fourth Windsock Modelling Special is laden with detailed build notes accompanied by dozens of step-by-step model photos, great archive material, new Ronny Bar profiles, a 1918 facsimile report on a captured AEG and much more!
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!
|DATAFILE 82-FELIXSTOWE F2A|
With its extra pages of scale drawings ,many photos and detailed colour notes ,this 40 page Limited Edition reprint offers unrivalled reference for anyone building the Wingnut Wings super kits!
|DF 55-BRANDENBURG W 29|
One of Germany's most succeessful seaplane fighters is described in depth by Peter M Grosz. Over 50 photos, scale plans,contemporary drawings and more! This Limited Edition reprint presents new rear cover profiles by Ronny Bar!
|Volume 21 No. 5 - Sept/Oct 2005|
Special Sopwith Camel features with photos,colour profiles and unique Brian Knight cover image!*USN Finishes with three rear colour profiles*Guillows' Bristol Bullet remembered*WWI movies on DVD and much more!
|116. Handley Page O/400|
First of a two volume study by Colin A Owers on the Handley Page twin- engined bomber nicknamed the 'Bloody Paralyser'.Contains 1:72 scale drawings of both O/100 and O/400 versions and over 60 photos. Perfect resource for those building Airfix ,Copper State and Wingnut Wings model kits!