Arado Ar 234 Bomber and Reconnaissance Units

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

This illustrated title explores the design, evolution, and deployment of the Arado Ar 234, the world's first truly operational jet bomber and first reconnaissance jet. Les mer
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This illustrated title explores the design, evolution, and deployment of the Arado Ar 234, the world's first truly operational jet bomber and first reconnaissance jet.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. A New Bomber
2. Reconnaissance - 1944
3. Bomber Debut
4. Reconnaissance - 19452
Remagen and Retreat
Appendices
Colour Plates Commentary
Bibliography and Sources
Index

Om forfatteren

Robert Forsyth has studied the history and operations of the Luftwaffe for many years. He is the author of several books on the subject as published by Classic Publications, Ian Allan Publishing, and Osprey Publishing - for whom he has written 15 titles in the ACE, DUE, COM and XPL series, as well as the stand-alone Shadow over the Atlantic, which Aeroplane magazine rates as 'highly recommended'. He has also written articles for The Aviation Historian, Aeroplane, FlyPast, Combat Aircraft, Aviation News and AeroJournalmagazines.HeisamemberoftheEditorialBoardofThe Aviation Historian. Long-term, he is working on a major biography of the Luftwaffe commander, Generalfeldmarschall Dr.-Ing.Wolfram Freiherr von Richthofen

Janusz Swiatlon, a veteran of service with the Polish Army's 6th Pomorska Dywizja Powietrzno-Desantowa (an airborne unit) in the 1980s, 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. He lives in Krakow, Poland