Polish Fighter Colours 1939-1947

Volume 2

This book describes in detail the camouflage and markings of the day fighters used by the Polish Air Force from 1939 to 1947. Aircraft of Polish, French, British, American, Soviet, and German origin are shown
Date Published :
October 2021
Publisher :
MMPBooks
Editor :
Robert Gretzyngier, Wojtek Matusiak, Wojciech Zmyslony, Marek Rogusz, Bartłomiej Belcarz, Tomasz J. Kopański
Series :
White Series
Illustration :
300 B&W and color images
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Binding. : Hardback
ISBN : 9788365281784
Pages : 264
Dimensions : 12.5 X 8.4 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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$62.00

Overview
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This book describes in detail the camouflage and markings of the day fighters used by the Polish Air Force from 1939 to 1947. Aircraft of Polish, French, British, American, Soviet, and German origin are shown. The writing team includes the well-known quartet of distinguished Polish aviation historians: Kopanski, Belcarz, Gretzyngier, and Matusiak. The illustrators are Artur Juszczak, Karolina Holda, Robert Gretzyngier, and Robert Grudzien. This profusely illustrated book includes many historical photographs and color profiles showing the colors and markings carried by the aircraft. Detailed color notes and precise description and illustration of national markings over the period complete a book that will be invaluable to aircraft enthusiasts, historians, and modellers.

About The Author
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Robert Gretzyngier has for years studied Polish involvement in the air defence of the British Isles in WWII. He lives and works in Warsaw.

Bartlomiej Belcarz is an aviation and modeling specialist.

REVIEWS
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"...will be of great interest to modelers and aviation historians alike."

- AMPS Indianapolis

"Typical of this series, you get not only the unit histories, but a ton of photographs of the various aircraft. This includes full color profiles based on photos in each of the various sections."

- ModelingMadness.Com

"...a spectacular value, giving lots of information and photos that should allow the average Polish Air Force fan gobs of visual material to drool over."

- Large Scale Planes

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