• C-130 Hercules

    The Lockheed C-130 Hercules is undoubtedly one of the most famous and versatile military aircraft in the world. To this day, the machine is built in series more than 60 years after its first flight! From the basic variant, numerous special versions developed, some of which take on extremely spectacular special tasks, mostly in military use.
    But also civilian versions of the transporter were built, such as Arctic versions or firefighting aircraft. The German Air Force is now adding six C-130J Super Hercules to its arsenal.
    With 210 pictures.

    34,90 
  • Patrouillenschiffe der U.S. Navy seit 1939

    In this book, the authors introduce all these PT-boats of the U.S. Navy by type and class, and describe all the units ever classified as such from World War II to the Korean War til to the present day.
    With 250 illustrations.

    32,00 
  • Schwenkflügelflugzeuge

    Swing-wing aircraft are a very special phenomenon in the sky and have lost none of their fascination to this day, as they are among the most powerful and complex constructions in military aviation. Legendary machines such as the American F-111, the F-14 Tomcat, the Russian MiG-23, Su-24, the huge Tu-22M, Tu-160 or the European all-rounder Tornado: Heiko Thiesler describes these and other types in his new volume again with a lot of unseen image material, expert texts and meaningful tables. A cutting-edge reference book for every aviation enthusiast.
    With 210 images.

    34,90 
  • Warship 2022

    For over 40 years, Warship has been the leading annual resource on the design, development and deployment of the world’s combat ships. Featuring a broad range of articles from a select panel of distinguished international contributors, this latest volume combines original research, new book reviews, warship notes, an image gallery and much more, maintaining the impressive standards of scholarship and research for which Warship has become synonymous. Detailed and accurate information is the keynote of all the articles, which are fully supported by plans, data tables, and stunning photographs.
    The varied topics in this year’s annual include articles on the Imperial Japanese Navy carriers Soryu and Hiryu, post-war radar development in the Royal Navy, gunboats in the Imperial German Navy, Soviet battleship designs of the early Second World War, modern European frigates, and the origins of the Yokosuka naval yard.
    Contents:
    THE 1927 SOVIET FLOTILLA LEADERS (Przemyslaw Budzbon & Jan Radziemski)
    THE CHALLENGE OF OPERATION ‘TUNNEL‘ SEPTEMBER 1943 – APRIL 1944 (Michael Whitby)
    THE IJN CARRIERS SORYU AND HIRYU (Kathrin Milanovich)
    THE SMALL CRUISER IN THE IGN PART III: THE GUNBOATS (Dirk Nottelmann)
    THE BATTLESHIP JAURÉGUIBERRY (Philippe Caresse)
    POSTWAR RADAR DEVELOPMENT IN THE ROYAL NAVY (Peter Marland)
    SOVIET BATTLESHIP DESIGNS 1939-1941 (Stephen McLaughlin)
    THE GENESIS OF YOKOSUKA NAVY YARD (Hans Lengerer)
    ESPLORATORI OF THE REGIA MARINA, 1906-1939 (Enrico Cernuschi)
    MODERN EUROPEAN FRIGATES (Conrad Waters)
    THE AUSTRALIAN BATHURST-CLASS MINESWEEPER CORVETTE (Mark Briggs)
    C 65 ACONIT: FRANCE’S PROTOTYPE OCEAN ESCORT (John Jordan)
    NAVAL BOOKS OF THE YEAR
    WARSHIP NOTES:
    Italian Ship Medallions (Enrico Cernuschi)
    The Royal Navy and ‘National‘ Names (Kenneth Fraser)
    WARSHIP GALLERY
    The breaking-up of three iconic British warships, HM Ships Agincourt, New Zealand and Princess Royal, at Rosyth during 1923-25 (Aidan Dodson)

    59,95