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Old 16th March 2005, 00:07
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Camouflage and markings of the ARN

Classic Publications
Ferdinando D'Amico and Gabriele Valentini
ISBN: 1 903223 29 6
303mm x 226mm
224 pages, inc 450 photographs plus 40 colour artwork, maps, diagrams, data tables and appendicies.

I am not very interested in the camouflages of Italian airplanes but the fact to bring information on the bf 109 in Italian hands did me to buy it (about 80 pages). And I do not regret it. At first sight is a magnificent book full of photos and documentation on camouflages, paints, markings, profiles, ...

The text is full of continuous references to photos to show that of which it is spoken (no simple photos to complete the book).

Definitively a very recommended book for modellers and camouflage enthusiasts.

The only problem the fact is that Ferdinando D'Amico is not going to publish more books.
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