PZL.23 Karas, PZL.43, PZL.46 Sum
Cavalry from Hoof to Track
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Autor: Tomasz J. Kopanski
Data publikacji: 2013-09
Wymiary: 21 x 1 x 29.7 cm
Liczba stron: 90
W przypadku braku książki w magazynie, czas realizacji zamówienia może wynieść 3-6 tygodni.
Other Information: 400pp full colour artwork, colour and b&w photos
The latest book in this publisher's popular Polish Wings series focuses on the most famous Polish bomber aircraft of World War II, the PZL.23 and its derivatives including the PZL.46. The PZL.23 Karas was the main bomber in service with the Polish Air Force in September 1939 and versions of it were sold to other countries with the great success. The book features more than 200 photographs, mostly previously unpublished, and many specially commissioned colour profiles of camouflage and markings.
This recently published monograph is composed of 88 11" X 8.5" pages. Most of which contain previously unpublished photographs of the PZL 23 'Karas' being worked on by maitenance crews or just admired by onlookers. Several show aircraft that have met with some mishap on landing or having received other damage. On 55 of the pages one will find a color profile of the aircraft being discussed or in some cases a plan view of the subject aircraft also in color. It also features several color illustrations of some of the mascots or insignia of a few of the