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13.(Slow.)/JG52  9788389450500

13.(Slow.)/JG52

Product code 9788389450500

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Series Mushroom Mag. Spec. 7101

Publisher/Brand Mushroom Model Publications

Author Jiri Rajlich

Format a5

No. Pages 112

Version Soft cover

Language English

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory WW2 Eastern Europe

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Product description
The story of the Slovak Air Arm's 13th Squadron is recounted, from its formation following the break-up of Czechoslovakia, through combat on the Eastern Front as part of JG.52, to homeland defence against the USAAF and then action against its former allies, the Germans. With its history maligned and discredited under Communist rule, the true story of this very successful fighter unit can now be told. Mostly flying Bf109s of various versions, the unit also achieved the final biplane aerial victory, as late as 1944, when an Avia B.534 shot down a Ju52.


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