Marek Ryś

Resident in Bytom in Poland, 40+ year old Marek Rys is a well-known published author in Poland on World War II aviation history, with books on the Messerschmitt 262, Arado Ar235 and others. 

His plans and 3D drwings have been used in a number of MMP books.  He is married with 1 child.

  • No 36 Hurricane IIc
    Single No. 36 Hawker Hurricane IIc
    Tekst w j. angielskim
    This book is compilations of the 4-view colour profile, scale plans and photo details of the single variant of the Hawker Hurricane IIc. Scale plans in 1/72 and 1/48 scales plus drawings from wartime technical manuals. Also photos of the details in B&W and colour.
  • No 37 Hurricane IIb
    Single No. 37 Hawker Hurricane IIb
    tekst w j. angielskim
    This book is compilations of the 4-view colour profile, scale plans and photo details of the single variant of the Hawker Hurricane IIb. Scale plans in 1/72 and 1/48 scales plus drawings from wartime technical manuals. Also photos of the details in B&W and colour.
  • No 19 Potez 63 11
    Single No. 19 Potez 63-11
    Tekst w j. angielskim
    A compilation for aero modellers of 4-view colour profiles, scale plans and photo details of the single variant of the Potez 63-11, with scale plans in 1/72 and 1/48 scales plus drawings from wartime technical manuals.
  • Caudron C.714 FINAL front
    Caudron-Renault CR.714 Cyclone. The Ultimate Story
    Tekst w j. angielskim
    This book describes, in previously untold detail, the story of the development and service of the Reanualt-Caudron CR.714C1 "Cyclone” in the French and Finnish Air Forces.
  • 16 On The Fly
    On the Fly
    This book is the latest in a new reference series for aircraft modellers called "Spotlight On" and is a showcase for the superb aviation artwork created for the publisher by the remarkable Polish aviation artist Marek Rys.
  • Hurricane Big Yellow
    Hawker Hurricane BiG Yellow
    The Hurricane was the RAF’s first monoplane fighter, and was the most numerous RAF fighter during the Battle of Britain. In 1940, more than half the German planes shot down were destroyed by Hurricanes. This book tells the story of its development and technical evolution, profusely illustrated with period b+w photographs and detailed...
  • No 27 Hurricane II small
    Scale Plans No. 27 Hawker Hurricane Mk II, IV
    Scale Plans of the late Hawker Hurricane versions: Mk II, Mk IV and Sea Hurricane.
  • SC No 26 Hurricane
    Scale Plans No. 26 Hawker Hurricane Mk I
    Scale plans of the early HUrricane versions.
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    German Air Projects 1935-45 Fighters
    The speculation about what the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) have achieved if World War II had continued into 1946 is a fascinating and rapidly growing field of interest. This book develops some of this intriguing speculation with extensive believable illustrations of aircraft that never flew, from the mid thirties until...
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    German Air Projects 1935-1945 vol 4
    This is the fourth volume of a complete history of might-have-been German Air Force aircraft projects from World War Two. The speculation about what the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) might have achieved if World War II had continued into 1946 is a fascinating and rapidly growing field of interest.
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    German Air Projects Vol. 3 Bombers
    This is the third volume of a complete history of might-have-been German Air Force aircraft projects from World War Two. The speculation about what the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) might have achieved if World War II had continued into 1946 is a fascinating and rapidly growing field of interest.
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    Hawker Hurricane
    The Hurricane was the RAF's first monoplane fighter, and was the most numerous RAF fighter during the Battle of Britain. In 1940, more than half the German planes shot down were destroyed by Hurricanes. This book tells the story of its development and technical evolution, profusely illustrated with period b+w...
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    German Air Projects 1935-1945 vol. II
    The second part of a complete history of might-have-been German Air Force fighter projects. The speculation about what the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) might have achieved if World War II had continued into 1946 is a fascinating and rapidly growing field of interest.
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    German Air Projects 1935-1945 vol. I
    A complete history of might-have-been German Air Force fighter projects. The speculation about what the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) might have achieved if World War II had continued into 1946 is a fascinating and rapidly growing field of interest.

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