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Old 22nd September 2005, 23:49
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Re: NEW BOOK - Fw 190 D Camouflage & Markings - Part

Thanks Philippe

No did not take wrong your comments

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Old 23rd September 2005, 20:47
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NEW BOOK - Fw 190 D Camouflage & Markings - Part

I meet Eric Larger one month ago. I have been very lucky to have in the hands for three "too short" hours all the pages of the book, just before it was going to be send to the editor.
I can say to all the "D9 fans" that this book will be a must for them. For each plane you will find mutiple very good photos and profiles (most of the time, the both sides). These profiles are excellent.
There are a lot of news and unpublished photos (I have allready on my shelves all the books showing D9 photos).

I have only two regrets :
- we shall have to wait for the second volume (I have seen some of the drawings and the photos of this second issue which are also of the best quality)
- Eric Larger has also unpublished material showing Ta 152 and he does not plan to include these photos in his second book.
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Old 23rd September 2005, 21:44
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Re: NEW BOOK - Fw 190 D Camouflage & Markings - Part

Thanks Rémi

But be aware that , there are some new material in the printed version of part I , we would keep some surprise even for you too :-) ...

And I can ensure to anybody that your shelves are large and full of books !

I know that some will regret to wait a while for part II , but achieving what you saw in your hands one month ago , takes time to be assembled and ready to share with readers.

As you know sacrifiying quality and seriousness in our work is not the way we walk on .

Ta 152 is not a Fw 190D-9 , so not in the project in part I and part II even if the manufacturers are the same .

Have a nice week-end

Eric

ps : a scoop , my logo is one of the machines whose profile is in part I .
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Old 25th September 2005, 01:44
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Re: NEW BOOK - Fw 190 D Camouflage & Markings - Part

Needless to say, after Japo's superb books on the 109, we are anticipating great things.

Give my best to Tomas,
George
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Old 29th September 2005, 08:06
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SUPER! I have been waiting fr this book for some time now actually ever since Dave told me about it!


BTW Dave I still and working on that project you helped me develop an outline for! Currently family life has slowed me down but still smal bits here and there.

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Old 2nd October 2005, 06:00
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Re: NEW BOOK - Fw 190 D Camouflage & Markings - Part

Hi John,


Thanks for the update - I was curious about how the project was coming along.

And yes, I know how hard it is to continue these sortt of studies with family, careers, etc. indeed, this past week I was in the Hospital with a G-I infection so lost all those evenings to actually get something done. This is also my first opportunity to catch up on a week's review of websites.

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Old 2nd October 2005, 09:09
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Dave,

Sorry to hear that - I hope you recover quickly... and thanks again for the update.
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Old 2nd October 2005, 21:55
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Re: NEW BOOK - Fw 190 D Camouflage & Markings - Part

Hello DAvid Sorry to read this . I hope you will feel better as soon as possible . As you can see some of us have answered your post . BTW I am currently working on Volume II , It will be nice too . All the best All my wishes for you recover Eric
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Question Re: NEW BOOK - Fw 190 D Camouflage & Markings - Pt. 1

Do you have any plans on publishing a book on the ta 152 at a future date?

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Old 6th October 2005, 01:32
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Re: NEW BOOK - Fw 190 D Camouflage & Markings - Pt. 1

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Do you have any plans on publishing a book on the ta 152 at a future date?
 
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A good question by Liam, especially as you did publish a book on the Ta 152 in the early 1990s. Any thoughts on either updating it, and publishing it in English, or of creating a new book on the subject. Although, there is one book out on the subject, and another soon to be published by Monogram.
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