Fokker D.VI КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Fokker D.VI (Windsock Datafile 84)ByPeter M. GroszPublisher:Albatros Productions Ltd200035 PagesISBN: 1902207262PDF69 MBWith the e-book of this DATAFILE (apologies for those who have been waiting for the quick 184, yet a final minute North Sea reconnaissance took longer than we proposal and it lands subsequent January) our unrivalled assurance of WWI front-line Fokker warring parties is now nearly entire. The Fokker D.VI by no means observed broad wartime provider, just a handful of devices working the sort, however it did serve good as a coach, giving fledgling pilots important event in dealing with rotary engine-powered warring parties. even though the to be had D.VI picture checklist is restricted, Peter Grosz helps his narrative with an exceptional collection of photos and modern drawings whereas Marty Digmayer presents modellers with super specific scale plans for either V 13/1 and creation D.VI aeroplanes. SharingmatrixDepositfiles zero
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