Arado Ar 196 Units in Combat

; Janusz Swiatlon (Illustratør) ; Mark Postlethwaite (Illustratør)

A detailed study of the attractive Arado Ar 196, one of the last fighting seaplanes. It was the standard seagoing aircraft for the German Kriegsmarine during World War II, providing the Luftwaffe with reach into the southern oceans. Les mer
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A detailed study of the attractive Arado Ar 196, one of the last fighting seaplanes. It was the standard seagoing aircraft for the German Kriegsmarine during World War II, providing the Luftwaffe with reach into the southern oceans.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. The Last Floatplane
2. First Blood
3. Ahead of the Atlantic Wall
4. The Seven Seas
5. Eastern Front and the Mediterranean
6. War's End and Foreign Use
Appendices
- Colour Plates Commentary
- Bibliography
- Index

Om forfatteren

A professional editor and translator, Peter de Jong has collaborated on numerous modern history and aviation history books, and written several books of his own and dozens of magazine articles since 1995. For Osprey, he covered the Dornier Do 24 flying boat and the Fokker D.XXI fighter.

Janusz Swiatlon lives in Krakow, Poland. A veteran of service with the Polish Army's 6th Pomorska Dywizja Powietrzno-Desantowa (an airborne unit) in the 1980s, he is both an enthusiast of aviation historian and a military modeller. As an illustrator, he has created numerous colour aircraft profiles published in magazines and books by AF Editores, Kagero, Chevron, Stratus and other publishing houses, including Osprey.