- Free extras for modelers, including decals and masking foil- Eighteen sheets of technical drawings and five color chartsThe first part of a monograph on the German WW2 bomber, Heinkel He 111 describes the development history of its all versions with coverage of changes made in their variants, sub-variants and field modifications. Originally designed as a bomber plane, He 111 was used as a torpedo and reconnaissance aircraft as well as - after the unique modification - for towing huge Me 321 gliders. The book features a detailed description of the aircraft's structure and technical data and a chapter about camouflage and markings.Complete with 112 pages, 99 photographs, 18 sheets of technical drawings in 1:48 and 1:72 scale with specification of external changes on production-run versions of the aircraft and 5 color charts with 8 examples of camouflage schemes. Free 1:48 and 1:72 decals for 5 schemes: Heinkel He 111 P-2, '1G+EK' of 2./KG 27 "Boelcke," Werneuchen (Germany), September 1939. Heinkel He 111 H-6, '1H+FK' of 2./KG 26, Grosseto (Italy), December 1942. Heinkel He 111 H-6, '1H+AH' of 1./KG 26, Barduffos (Norway), Summer 1942. Heinkel He 111 H-16, '5J+ER' of 7./KG 4, Białystok (Poland), Spring 1944. Heinkel He 111 H-20, '5J+GH' of 1./KG 4, Dresden (Germany), April 1945.About the SeriesMonographs is a series focusing on an individual type of aircraft. Each monograph contains descriptions of the aircraft's origins, its variants and combat history. Each volume includes several hundred archive photographs, technical scale drawings and color profile artworks, with free extras for modelers, including decals and masking foil.