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Volume 19 No. 4 - July/Aug 2003  

Volume 19 No. 4 - July/Aug 2003

HOW Fokker D.VII wing crosses were applied is discussed by Dave Roberts along with colour photos of surviving printed fabric revealing several fascinating anomalies...Alberto Casirati concludes his coverage of the Savoia Pomilio pushers from WS 19/2 and WS 19/3 with a close look at the SP.4 variant along with a couple of rare images of this unusual twin motor design. Lance Krieg has a detailed build log of his Eduard 1:48 scale Albatros D.II that takes up  eight packed  pages showcasing all aspects of the assembly in colour and monochrome. In support, Greg VanWyngarden presents a centre- spread of eight unique wartime images of the type to give modellers rare insights into this classic fighter.Bruce Robertson traces the history of Jack Canary's well travelled Sopwith Snipe and Colin Owers looks at the Smithsonian's Felixstowe F.5 hull under restoration-six colour views of WIP are presented.All this plus readers' models in colour;candid feedback;book reviews and  six pages of kit reviews where we look at the latest Ardpol onslaught,Pegasus SPAD VII -backed up by our own 1:72 scale plans;a large scale Mercedes engine and a preview of the Roden 1:72 scale Felixstowe. Readers offer more modelling tips and the rear cover boasts exclusive colour plates of the Albatros D.II by Bob Pearson-uppersurface camouflage patterns are included...

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