Pzl P.24 A-G

Andrzej Glass

Date Published :
January 2010
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145 b/w Photos,7 color photos, 23 profiles, 17 sheets
No associated books available.


A monograph on Polish PZL P.24 fighter which describes the origins and development of this aircraft in comparison to other fighters built at the same time. Discusses the effect of the ‘Polish airfoil’ on the world aviation technology and its use in other constructions. Covers the particular versions, modifications and camouflage.

90 pages, 146 photographs, 16 sheets of technical drawings in 1:24 and 1:48 scale with specification of external changes on production-run versions of the aircraft, 1 sheet with first original technical drawing from 1934, 11 color charts with 30 examples of camouflage schemes.

Free 1:48 and 1:72 decals for 9 schemes:
PZL P.24/III, (3rd prototype – SP-BFL), 1936.
KFT P.24A, (nr 2016), Turkish Air Force.
KFT P.24A, (nr 2141), Turkish Air Force.
PZL P.24B, („Symeon kniaź Trnowski”), Bulgarian Air Force.
PZL P.24B, 22 Sqn, Bulgarian Air Force.
IAR P.24E, (nr 24), Romanian Air Force, 1942-1943.
PZL P.24F, (Δ 129), Hellenic Air Force, 1940.
PZL P.24G, (Δ 116), Hellenic Air Force, 1937.
PZL P.24G, (Δ 109), Hellenic Air Force, 1941.

About the Series
Monographs focuses on an individual type of aircraft. Each monograph contains descriptions of the aircraft’s origin, its variants and combat history. Each volume includes several hundred archive photographs, technical scale drawings and color profile artwork. Each book also has free extras for modelers, with decals and masking foil.

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