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Fighters Over Italy Pt I - KG15011
Includes a brief overview of the principle combatants and the general appearance
of their aircraft in this theater - ANR, Luftwaffe, USAAF and RAF. Follows with an
extensive range of full color profiles (both port and starboard) plus full upper plan
and lower wing surface views illustrating 15 aircraft. This volume features: Fiat G.55
(x2), Macchi C.205 (x2), Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 (x3), Supermarine Spitfire MkLF Vb,
Spitfire Mk VIII, Curtiss P-40L, Kittyhawk Mk III, North American P-51C (x2), and
Republic P-47D (x2). Also includes bonus decals representing selected markings in
1/72, 1/48 and 1/32 scales. English text with English and Polish captions. Topcolors
11. Łukasik, Szlagor and Swiation; 36 pages.
Macchi C.205 Veltro Color Walk Around - SS5558
With Allied bombing raids increasing in 1942, Italy's High Command launched a competition for Serie 5
(5th series) fighters. Fitted with a German DB.605 engine, the sleek Macchi C.205s proved able to
blast Spitfires out of the sky after they were introduced in November 1942. The addition of wing
mounted 20mm in the spring of 1943 enabled the C.205 to take on American heavy bombers as well.
Following the Itallian Armistice some C.205s turned their guns on Axis aircraft with success as well,
even as Mussolini's loyalists continued to fly the plane in the colors of the German-backed 'Social Republic'
in the north. The Germans themselves took advantage of the fighter, temporarily equipping an entire
Gruppe of JG77. After the war, modified C.205s went on to serve the Royal Egyptian Air Force during
its 1948 war with Israel. Get a close-up look at one of WWII's most aesthetically pleasing and
innovative single-seat fighters! Illustrated with 225 photographs, color profiles, and detailed
line drawings; Di Terlizzi. 80 pages.
Macchi C.202 in Action - SS1041
Macchi C.202 in Action (SC). The most successful and best known Italian fighter of WWII,
the Macchi C.202 Folgore, and its development the Macchi C.205 Veltro are detailed.
35 line drawings and 12 full color profiles. 50 pgs.
Reggiane Fighters in Action - SS1177
Reggiane Fighters in Action. Italy's Reggiane fighters saw continuous development over the course of WW 2.
Covers the Re.2000, Hungarian Heja II, Re.2001, Re 2002 & the ultimate Re.2005.
100 B&W photos, numerous line and scrap drawings, 10 full color profiles,
3 full color cover paintings, 50 pgs.
Savoia-Marchetti S.79 in Action - SS1071
Savoia-Marchetti S.79 in Action (SC). Italy's best and most well known bomber in WW II.
The tri-motored aircraft was used in the bomber, torpedo and transport role throughout
WW II. Includes data on the twin-engine Rumanian S.79B/JR twin-engine bomber.
100 photos, 3-view dwgs, numerous scrap dwgs, 3 full color cover paintings
& 10 full color profiles. 50 pgs.
Fiat CR 32/42 in Action - SS1172
The Italian Fiat CR32/42 biplane fighters were the last, and arguably the best,
biplane fighters of WWII. This book covers the full development and combat use
of the in line engined CR 32 and the radial engine CR 42. Contains B&W line drawings,
10 color profiles, 3 cover paintings, 50 pages.