Tadeusz Januszewski

  • Japanese Anti Submarine Aircraft NEW ART
    Japanese Anti-Submarine Aircraft in the Pacific War
    Książka w j. angielskim
    The Japanese Anti-Submarine aircraft of World War II are not well documented and this book is the first in the English language. Full technical details are provided for a wide selection of historic aircraft and their fascinating colour schemes are illustrated in specially commissioned profiles.
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    Kugisho E14Y Glen
    Only one enemy aircraft has ever dropped bombs on mainland USA - and that aircraft was a submarine-launched "Glen" floatplane. This book tells the story of the design, development and operational use of the E14Y1 "Glen".
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    Japanese Special Attack Aircraft & Flying Bombs
    Samoloty 'Kamikaze' są bardzo dobrze znane, ale do tej pory nie zostały dobrze opisane. Ta książka jest pierwszą, w której, w j. angielskim, opisano te konstrukcje.
    Japanese Special Attack (Kamikaze) aircraft are well know, but not very good described in the literature. This book is the first in English on this subject. Details are provided of a wide selection of historic machines and fascinating colour schemes, as well as full technical details.
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    Mitsubushi A5M Claude
    Also available as Ebook: Kindle Version Kobo Version Other versions to follow The Mitsubishi A5M, the Japanese Imperial Navy's first metal monoplane fighter, was the creation of Jiro Horikoshi, father of the legendary A6M "Zero". Labelled "Claude" in the Allies' code, the A5M was a transitional fighter which marked in...
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    Mitsubushi A5M Claude - ebook
    The Mitsubishi A5M, the Japanese Imperial Navy's first metal monoplane fighter, was the creation of Jiro Horikoshi, father of the legendary A6M "Zero". Labelled "Claude" in the Allies' code, the A5M was a transitional fighter which marked in significant step in the development of the Japanese Navy's air force during...
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    Japanese Submarine Aircraft
    The first English language book to describe in detail the aircraft carried by Japan's extensive submarine fleet in World War Two. More than any other nation, Japan designed, built and operated aircraft launched from submarines, using them for reconnaissance and also (uniquely) for bombing and attack missions.

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    Single No. 14 Messerschmitt Me 163 B-1 Komet
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    Scale Plans No. 64. Ilyushin Il-2 Shturmovik, Two-Seat Versions
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    Würzburg radar & Mobile 24kVA Generator
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    French Flying Boats 1924-1939 (Polish Wings)
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    Single No. 13 P-38L-5-LO Lightning
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    Mil Mi-8/17/171 Hip
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    Single NO. 12 PZL P.7a
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    Single No 11: NAA P-51D-5-NA Mustang
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    Scale Plans No. 61 Caudron-Renault CR.714 Cyclone
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    Scale Plans No. 63 Mil Mi-8/17/171
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    Caudron-Renault CR.714 Cyclone. The Ultimate Story
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  • 19 Wehrmacht in the Mud
    Wehrmacht in the Mud
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    Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet
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  • 14 Morane MS.406
    Camera ON No. 14 Morane Saulnier MS.406, France 1940
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