• Includes free decals and masking foilThe second part of a monograph on the Messerschmitt Bf 109 F concentrates on the operational history of the fighter units flying this type in 1941-1942.
The first part of the book constitutes a thorough insight into the combat use of Luftwaffe units of Bf 109 Fs in air warfare in North Africa, the Mediterranean and Malta, where the aircraft had no equal rivals until the arrival of Spitfire Mk Vs. The subsequent chapter features a comprehensive description of the battles against Soviet VVS from the start of Operation Barbarossa till the Summer Offensive in 1942, including the operations beyond the Polar Circle.
The author uncovers the fates of particular fighter units as well as individual pilots who fought in them. Complete with 100 pages, 110 photographs, 24 sheets of technical drawings in 1:48 and 1:72 scale with specification of external changes in production-run versions of the aircraft, 9 color charts with 12 examples of camouflage schemes.About the SeriesMonographs focuses on an individual type of aircraft.
Each monograph contains descriptions of the aircraft’s origin, its variants and combat history. Each volume includes several hundred archive photographs, technical scale drawings and color profile artwork. Each book also has free extras for modelers, with decals and masking foil.
Series: Monographs (Book 35)
Paperback: 96 pages Publisher: Kagero (January 5, 2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 8360445990 ISBN-13: 978-8360445990 Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces