Dear LSP members,
Five new publications were prepared by Kagero Publishing for April 2013. The following books will be available after 25th April:
MONOGRAPHS 50 – 3D EDITION
Heinkel He 219 Uhu vol.II
Marek J. Murawski, Marek Ryś
The second volume of the monograph on the famous German WW2 night fighter, Heinkel He 219, gives a chronological overview of its combat service illustrated with 52 archive photos of German and captured aircraft. The highlight of the book are no less than 219 3D renders which allow the reader to view almost each component of the airframe clearly.
A4 size, 112 pages, 52 archive photos, 219 3D renders, double A1 size sheet with 1:32 drawings of He 219 A-2.
Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://www.sklep.kag...uhu-vol-ii.html
AIR BATTLES 19
Luftwaffe versus USAAF 8th Air Force vol. I
Marek J. Murawski
The new title from the Air Battles series is devoted to the Luftwaffe’s struggle against the USAAF over the Western Europe. The first volume discusses the combat activities of both sides since the first operation of four-engined Flying Fortress bombers over France on 17th August 1942 until the end of April 1943. Includes many first-hand accounts from both sides of the conflict as well as 109 period photos and colour profiles of 8 aircraft which participated in these events.
Size: 205 x 275 mm, 80 pages, 109 archive photos, 8 colour profiles.
Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://www.sklep.kag...orce-vol-i.html
LEGENDS OF AVIATION 7
Pfalz – Fighter Aircraft from Rheinland the Wine Country
Tomasz J. Kowalski
Fighters made in a Bavarian GmbH Flugzeugwerke factory were the third most common type of fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte). Although having elegant lines, they turned out to be inferior not only to Albatros D.V and D.Va or Fokker D.VII but also to most allied fighters sent into action in 1917. They were just a workhorse of the Luftstreitkräfte fulfilling the permanent shortage of combat-ready fighters. They were definitely a deadly weapon in the hands of experienced German and Bavarian Jastas pilots.
Size: 205 x 275 mm, 72 pages including 73 photos, 11 pages of archive drawings and 4-view colour profiles of 5 aircraft painted by Ronny Bar.
Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://www.sklep.kag.../07-pfalz-.html
SUPER DRAWINGS IN 3D 20
The Type II U-Boat
The Type II U-boat - The latest book in Super Drawings in 3D series presents a brief description of the German Type II coastal submarines along with their general characteristics. Since "an image can speak a thousand words", the text is accompanied by 160 renderings which show the external appearance of all four sub-types including detalis such as various conning towers and armament variants as well as other fittings. Blueprints of the four sub-types in 1:144 scale (general views and details) are included on a separate sheet. This publication is an invaluable help to any modeller interested in building a replica of any of the Type II submarines.
A4 size, 76 pages, 160 renders, double B2 size sheet with drawings (680×480 mm).
Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://www.sklep.kag...-ii-u-boot.html
Edited by barkhorn, 23 April 2013 - 12:03 PM.