Junkers Ju88: Volume 1

Junkers Ju88: Volume 1 : From Schnellbomber to Multi-mission Warplane

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Development and operational history of the Junkers Ju 88, including its variants the Ju 188 and Ju 288, along with the wide array of armament and equipment it used.

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  • Hardback | 336 pages
  • 232 x 304 x 26mm | 1,779.97g
  • Crecy Publishing
  • Classic Publications
  • ManchesterUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 1906537429
  • 9781906537425
  • 60,727

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"A fantastic introduction... Highly recommended!"--David L. Veres"Cybermodeler" (08/01/2013)

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This exciting book is the first in a comprehensive two-part study of the development and operational history of the Junkers Ju 88, exploring the many facets of this famous and long-serving aircraft. Its variants, including the Ju 188 and Ju 288 are also covered, along with the wide array of armament and equipment with which it was fitted, and its various markings and camouflage schemes. The text is illustrated with several hundred rare photographs, manufacturer's handbook data, scale line drawings, and specially commissioned color artwork.

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About William A. Medcalf

William A. Medcalf was born in Monmouth, Illinois. His interest in aviation began when he was a schoolboy during World War Two and continued with weekly visits to local airfields. He became a pilot at the age of sixteen. He has continued flying for almost sixty years (propeller-driven aircraft, jets, and gliders). His interest in aviation technical history started while attending the University of Louisville. After graduating with a degree in physics, he served as an officer in the US Navy with assignments including navigator, electronics officer, air officer, CIC officer, and air defense officer. After completing Navy service, he returned to the University of Louisville and completed studies leading to a master's degree in history (his thesis was titled "An Attempt to Gain Technical Superiority (Technical and Scientific Development of the Equipment for Air Warfare in Germany, World War II)."

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