Forthcoming French Bombers of WW2 NEW ART
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French Bombers of WWII

White • 2019
AuthorsJose Fernandez, Patrick Laureau
IllustratorTeodor L. Morosanu
ISBN978-8363678593
Release date2019-04-01
SeriesWhite
Cat. No.9148
CategorySold Out CategoryWyprzedana
FormatA4, 288 pages (288 in colour)
Price169.00 PLN Price35.00 GBP

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While French fighter aircraft of the early period of World War II are well known and the subject of many books, the bombers used by the French Air Force in this period are up to now not well documented in English. This book describes and illustrates all such aircraft in use on 1940, from the obsolescent (and very ugly!) older types still in use to the elegant and up-to-date modern bombers just coming into use at the beginning of the war.

Fully illustrated with many wartime photographs, scale plans of airframe modifications and full colour profiles of representative aircraft.

MMPBooks feature superb colour illustrations of camouflage and markings and rare b+w archive photographs.

Essential reading for aviation enthusiasts and scale aero-modellers.

Bombers described in the book:

    OLD GENERATION BOMBERS

Bloch MB.200; Farman F.221 & F.222; Potez 540; Bloch MB.210; Amiot 143; Bloch MB.131; 

   MODERN BOMBERS

Farman F.223 / SNCAC NC.223; Lioré et Olivier LeO 45 / 451; Amiot 351/354 & 370; Potez 633; Bloch MB.175

   ATTACK AIRCRAFT

Loire-Nieuport LN.411; Breguet Bre.691 & Bre.693;    

  IMPORTED AIRCRAFT

Douglas DB-7; Glenn Martin 167F; Vought V-156F

   BOMBER TRAINING AIRCRAFT

Lioré et Olivier LeO 20; Lioré et Olivier LeO 206 ‘Caravelle’; Hanriot H-232; 

   BOMBER AND ATTACK PROTOTYPES UNDER TEST IN 1939–40

Medium and Heavy Bombers; An Attack Bomber; A Torpedo Bomber; Two Twin-Engined Shipboard Bombers

 

While French fighter aircraft of the early period of World War II are well known and the subject of many books, the bombers used by the French Air Force in this period are up to now not well documented in English. This book describes and illustrates all such aircraft in use on 1940, from the obsolescent (and very ugly!) older types still in use to the elegant and up-to-date modern bombers just coming into use at the beginning of the war.

Fully illustrated with many wartime photographs, scale plans of airframe modifications and full colour profiles of representative aircraft.

MMPBooks feature superb colour illustrations of camouflage and markings and rare b+w archive photographs.

Essential reading for aviation enthusiasts and scale aero-modellers.

Bombers described in the book:

    OLD GENERATION BOMBERS

Bloch MB.200; Farman F.221 & F.222; Potez 540; Bloch MB.210; Amiot 143; Bloch MB.131; 

   MODERN BOMBERS

Farman F.223 / SNCAC NC.223; Lioré et Olivier LeO 45 / 451; Amiot 351/354 & 370; Potez 633; Bloch MB.175

   ATTACK AIRCRAFT

Loire-Nieuport LN.411; Breguet Bre.691 & Bre.693;    

  IMPORTED AIRCRAFT

Douglas DB-7; Glenn Martin 167F; Vought V-156F

   BOMBER TRAINING AIRCRAFT

Lioré et Olivier LeO 20; Lioré et Olivier LeO 206 ‘Caravelle’; Hanriot H-232; 

   BOMBER AND ATTACK PROTOTYPES UNDER TEST IN 1939–40

Medium and Heavy Bombers; An Attack Bomber; A Torpedo Bomber; Two Twin-Engined Shipboard Bombers

 

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