A detailed photo album of Polish Air Force aircraft and equipment during September 1939. The book contains previously unpublished photos taken by German soldiers during the invasion of Poland.
Reprinted 2021, paperback
An illustrated technical history of the most famous Soviet warplane of World War Two, the Il-2 Shturmovik. Built in larger numbers than any other aircraft, the Il-2 ground-attack and close-support aircraft was perhaps the most important aircraft on the Eastern Front in WW2.
Camouflage and Markings, the Early Years
This book describes the history of the little-known emblems and distinctive markings of Russian military aviation from its early origins up to the Russian exit from World War One.
A colouring book featuring 15 accurate, authentic renderings of classic fighter aircraft from the Mushroom Models archive. The illustrated pages also feature captions with detailed technical data and scale plans.
Find another point of view and surprise your mind. A powerful and inspiring adult colouring book to express your different moods, featuring twenty artistic, original, gorgeously detailed illustrations.
A book which contains sixteen large-format, high quality aircraft profiles (by various artists) printed in full colour on glossy heavyweight art paper. Poster size: 43 x 30 cm (17 x 12 inch)
In this book the authors have endeavoured to remedy a notable lack of comprehensive coverage on this specialist subject. The development of all the many engines produced by Japanese aero-engine manufacturing companies from 1912 to 1945 is explored in detail, including a full explanation of the different systems used to identify them
The third volume of the Russian Aviation Colours series
Vol 3 describes aircraft used by early Soviet aviation.
15 accurate, authentic renderings of the tanks, aircraft, vehicles and weapons used during the evacuation of Dunkirk (Operation Dynamo) in 1940, for you to colour in.
Each illustration is accompanied by captions with technical data.
Camouflage and Markings. Against Soviets
Russian Aviation Colours • 2018
Authors Marat Khairulin
Release date 2018-09-15
FormatA4, 128 pages (128 in colour)
The fourth volume in a series which describes the history of the little-known emblems and distinctive markings of early Russian military aircraft from the revolution to the Russian exit from World War One. Volume 4 describes aircraft used by aviation units which were fighting against the Soviets. The authors have managed to collect, and in some cases partially reconstruct, the majority of emblems and signs used in Russia during this period by military aviation units. The collected material is presented in a clear and attractive form - colour plates, reconstructed logos, and original photographs from public and private archives. This profusely illustrated book covers the aircraft used by early Soviet aviation, with brief details of their service use and comprehensive details of the colours and markings they carried. Besides the many photographs, full colour profiles illustrate the markings applied.