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Broken Wings - Captured & Wrecked Allied Aircraft of the Blitzkrieg (Aicraft Pictorial Series #2)

"Our second volume in the Aircraft Pictorial series presents nearly 250 photos and 176 pages of Allied aircraft that fell into the hands of advancing German forces in the early years of World War Two. The photos provide an opportunity to study the machines in detail and are ideal as reference and pure inspiration for aircraft and diorama modellers alike.
French, British and Soviet aircraft are lavishly depicted but the book also includes Polish, Dutch, Belgian and Yugoslav machines."

Aicraft Pictorial Series #2 was supposed to be a reprint of Tom Laemlein's books on Luftwaffe Wrecks/Captured aircraft but look like we will have to wait a little longer (likewise for the japanese ones).
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