Focke-Wulf Fw 190
Osprey Publishing, May 25, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
Osprey Modelling Manual 20 examines the Focke-Wulf 190, which entered Luftwaffe service in 1941. It would serve out the war as the best of all German fighters and fighter-bombers, and its variants would include Kurt Tank's extreme Ta152 tank-buster version (4 x 20mm, 1 x 30mm cannon). With detailed step-by-step model photography, specially commissioned walkround photography, scale drawings and wartime shots, these books will provide all the details needed to model the most common A8 version as well as the long-nosed FW190D and other variants. There is a full roundup of the models available on the market, details of where you can see the real thing, a select bibliography, and survey of websites of interest.
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