|15. Fokker E.III|
36 archive photos plus 18 close-ups combine to fully document the classic Eindecker fighter.
|91. Fokker E.I/II|
This Eindecker monograph contains, at last, the true story of Germany's synchronised gun development.
|FOKKER EINDECKER COMPENDIUM 1|
OUR two volume Eindecker Compendiums provide the most exhaustive coverage of the iconic German monoplane fighters ever presented. Both packed with photos,drawings and colour plates.56 pages plus covers.
|FOKKER EINDECKER COMPENDIUM 2|
THE second volume of our new two-set study profiles the famous Fokker E.II;E.III and E.IV monoplanes with additional drawings and data.56 pages plus covers.
Windsock Mini Datafile 11 profiles the Fokker D.V that proved its worth as a first class trainer for German airmen in WWI. This well-illustrated monograph includes many photos, scale plans and colour profiles on the rear covers.
Second edition of this top selling Special published in 1998. One remaining copy left out of 35,000 printed -in mint order.
|Fokker DR.I Jagdstaffeln|
Greg VanWyngarden covers no less than 18 Jastas that operated the iconic Fokker Triplane over the Western Front in 1917 and 1918.
|3.BUILDING THE WINGNUT WINGS FOKKER D.VII|
OUR third in the popular Windsock Worldwide Modelling Special series is finally here! All four of Wingnut Wings' superb Fokker D.VII kits are 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.
|25. Fokker D.VIII|
The legendary 'Flying Razor' arrived too late to make a big impact on the war, but it has remained a firm modeller's favourite over the years.
|140. Fokker C.1|
The big, two-seat D.VII variant with over 90 photos and both new and contemporary drawings. Unique archive.
|FOKKER-THE MAN AND HIS AIRCRAFT|
Classic Harborough hardback published in 1961.This is a first edition and although lacking a dust jacket is signed by all five contributing artists and authors.Doug Carrick's frontispiece is illustrated here.