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109: Early Versions (Monographs Special Edition in 3D)
By Marek Murawski and Ansen Atanasov
This monograph is devoted to the early
versions of the Messerschmitt Bf 109, the most famous WW2 German fighter. It
discusses its origins and development with coverage of changes made in its
first prototypes, A-D variants and their sub-variants. The combat use of the
aircraft in the Spanish Civil War, Polish campaign and Phony War is
thoroughly described with many first-hand accounts included. The book also
features short chapters on Bf 109 Ds in Swiss service and camouflage and
markings of early Bf 109s.
|Bf 109 Aces of the Western Front (Osprey "Aircraft of the
Aces" Series #29)
By John Weal
This book charts
the story of the myriad aces who flew the later marks of Messerschmitt
fighter through VE-Day. As good as the Emil had been during the opening 18
months of the war, the aircraft was being progressively bettered in
virtually all aspects of aerial combat by the Spitfire after 1941, so
Messerschmitt updated and improved the breed, firstly with the introduction
of the Friedrich and then the multi-variant Gustav.
|Dogfight: The Supermarine
Spitfire and the Messerschmitt BF109
By David Owen
Innumerable books have
been published on the two most famous fighter aircraft of all time, the
Supermarine Spitfire and the Messerschmitt Bf109. But books setting out to
tell the story of both aircraft are very much rarer -- probably fewer than
the fingers of one hand. Yet their joint story is one which bears retelling
since both were essential to the air campaigns of World War Two.
|Messerschmitt Bf109: 1935
onwards (all marks)
Owners' Workshop Manual (Haynes)
By Paul Blackah
This book covers the history of the Bf109, restoration to flight, the views
of owners, pilots and engineers, operating and servicing. There are data
boxes covering a wealth of Bf109 facts and figures, and interviews with
owners and pilots (both WWII Luftwaffe pilots and modern day owner-pilots).
Photographs and illustrations are drawn from a variety of sources, including
Luftwaffe official wartime manuals, official and private archives,
restoration projects in the UK and overseas.
Messerschmitt Bf 109B/C/D/E (Modelling Guides)
By Brett Green
This book is the first in a series of three covering the entire history of
the Bf 109. It describes the range of kits available for the early and
pre-war variants, including the Bf 109s that flew in the Spanish Civil War,
Poland, France and the Battle of Britain. Author Brett Green also includes
the full range of markings for all these different theatres and details the
numerous kits and aftermarket products available.
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