The third part of a monograph on Focke-Wulf Fw 190 concentrates on the operational history of the ground-attack and fighter-bomber units flying this type. Describes the battles over the English Channel, on the Eastern and Western Front, over North Africa and Italy. One chapter is also devoted to the actions beyond the Arctic Circle. The author uncoveres the fates of particular fighter units as well as individual pilots who fought in them. Complete with 124 pages, 167 photographs (including 22 in colour), 10 sheets of technical drawings in 1:48 scale, 7 colour charts with 16 examples of camouflage schemes. Free 1:32, 1:48 and 1:72 decals for 8 schemes: Fw 190 F-8,'Green Double Chevron' of Stab II Gruppe of SG 77 or SG 3, Germany, May 1945. Fw 190 F-8,'White T' of II./SG 77, Lemberg (Ukraine), Summer 1944. Fw 190 F-8,'White 4' of 7./SG 10, Ceske Budejowice (Czechoslovakia), May 1945. Fw 190 F-8 of Stab III./SG 10, Czechoslovakia, Spring 1945. Fw 190 F-8, W.Nr. 584 205,'Black M' of III./SG 3, Sweden, May 1945. Fw 190 F-9/Panzerblitz,'White 2' of 7./SG 77, Chrudim (Czechoslovakia), Spring 1945. Fw 190 F-9,'Black 9' of II./SG 2, Varpalotta (Hungary), Spring 1945. Fw 190 F-9, W.Nr.
440 382,'Yellow 10' of NSGr 20 or III./KG 200, Wunsdorf (Germany), Spring 1945. About the Series Monographs focuses on an individual type of aircraft. Each monograph contains descriptions of the aircraft's origin, its variants and combat history. Each volume includes several hundred archive photographs, technical scale drawings and colour profile artwork. Each book also has free extras for modellers, with decals and masking foil.show more