Hidden Warbirds

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"If you only have room in your collection for one book on WWII-era warbird wreck histories and recoveries, then it should be this one. Nicholas Veronico’s thorough research and clear, concise writing style make Hidden Warbirds a fascinating joy to read." – Alan Griffith, author of Consolidated Mess: The Illustrated Guide to Nose-turreted B-24 Production Variants in USAAF Combat Service

Aviation historian Nicholas A. Veronico has been investigating and writing about aircraft wrecks for many years. His website, wreckchasing.com, is the go-to source for enthusiasts who want to know more about how to locate vintage airplane wrecks and then tell their stories. In this engaging new book, Veronico explores the romantic era of World War II Warbirds and the stories of some of its most famous wrecks, including the "Swamp Ghost" (a B-17E which crashed in New Guinea in the early days of World War II and which was only recently recovered), and "Glacier Girl" (a P-38, part of "The Lost Squadron," which crashed in a large ice sheet in Greenland in 1942). Throughout, Veronico provides a history of the aircraft, as well as the unique story behind each discovery and recovery with ample illustrations. Hidden Warbirds is aviation history at its best.

The Ultimate Flying Wings of the Luftwaffe

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When the Allies crossed the Rhine, Hitler decreed to go down fighting to the last man. A strange triangular bomber launched the 'Nicht löschbares Feuer' over London, destroying the city. Later, a black boomerang of sixty metres dropped two tons of anthrax over Washington and New York, making them inhabitable for fifty years. Thankfully, the inextinguishable firebomb was a figment of H. G. Wells' imagination. However, the construction of the secret flying wings had commenced at the start of 1945. Indeed, one fighter took to the skies on its only test flight. If these radical fighters of the Luftwaffe had been pressed into service earlier, they may well have changed the outcome of the Second World War. Profusely illustrated with technical drawings and fascinating data and information on the Luftwaffe's most radical fighter and bomber projects, The Ultimate Flying Wings of the Luftwaffe chronicles these revolutionary designs. A fascinating book for the military historian, modellers and those interested in aviation, this shows how close Hitler may have come in winning the war.

Vultures over Israel: The Vautour in Israeli Service Squadron 110, 1957-1971

Reviews of Vultures over Israel: The Vautour in Israeli Service Squadron 110, 1957-1971. Vultures over Israel: The Vautour in Israeli Service Squadron 110, 1957-1971 [Shlomo Aloni] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The French Vautour was designed to serve as an attack aircraft, bomber and nightfighter. Israel purchased all three versions and was the only nation to operate all three types. Sqdn.110 recon Vautours collected imagery crucial for IAF Operation Focus. Buy online at Aviation Bookstore.

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The French Vautour was designed to serve as an attack aircraft, bomber and nightfighter. Israel purchased all three versions and was the only nation to operate all three types. Sqdn.110 recon Vautours collected imagery crucial for IAF Operation Focus, the pre-emptive strike that opened the June 1967 Six Day War. It was during this war that Sqdn. 110 attack Vautours spearheaded the IAF air superiority offensive.

German Aircraft of the Second World War (Putnam Aviation)

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This revised edition of a publication first published in 1972 contains a complete historical record of the more than 600 types of aircraft that served in the German aviation arm during World War II. Among those included are the Junkers, Focke-Wulf, Arado, Blohm und Voss, Bücker, Heinkel, Gotha, Deutsches Forschungsinstitut, Fieseler, and the legendary Meserschmitt. The book also covers Germany's rotary-wing aircraft, gyro-kites used at sea by U-boats, experimental models, trainers, and guided and unguided missiles. Scale plans, specifications, and a generous selection of photographs and line drawings ensure that this book is one of the most complete reference works of its kind.

Carrier War: Aviation Art of World War II

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Breathtaking paintings by the most respected aviation and military artists preserve the moment when the aircraft carrier became the cornerstone of naval warfare. Begin with the earliest demonstrations of planes flying from and landing on ships, and the carrier's evolution in the period between the wars. The British, Japanese, and US fleets all obtained true carriers, with their numbers growing wildly by World War II. Written, with gripping historical anecdotes, by a renowned military historian.