A series of books written and illustrated by leading military aviation specialists, building into a connected history of the operations of the world's major combat air forces-the men, the missions, the machines, the markings.
Comprehensive histories of the elite fighter pilots, and the aircraft that they flew.
A unique source of information researched by recognised experts, and brought to life by first-hand accounts from the combat veterans themselves.
Concise, authoritative text is supported by at least 30 specially commissioned original colour artworks, new scale plans and the best archival photography from around the world.
Concise combat histories of elite units, their aircraft and the pilots that flew them, highlighting their vital role in the development of warfare in the 20th century.
A unique source of information researched by recognised experts, and brought to life by first-hand accounts and combat reports from the pilots themselves.
Authoritative text is supported by up to 60 colour profiles and badge artwork, as well as the best archival photography from official and private collections from around the world.
Combat Aircraft combines a technically accurate narrative by the world's leading aviation writers with first hand accounts from the men who actually flew the types in action. Each volume contains up to 40 specially commissioned artworks, unit listings, all-new 1/72 scale plans and the best archival photography available.
The Pocket Encyclopaedia of World Aircraft in Colour written by Kenneth Munson and published by Blandford in the 1960's and '70's
Ian Allan Special series offer a mainly pictorial look at their eponymous aircraft. The text gives a brief outline of the development and operational history of the subject, while the illustrations, both black and white photographs and in some titles a section of colour drawings, make these books particularly useful to aeromodellers.