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Dornier Flying boats  9781906798031

Dornier Flying boats (Albatros 9781906798031)

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Category:Aviation Books
Series:Windsock Datafile 136
Author:Ray Rimell
No. Pages:36
Availability:only 2 remaining

This product was added to our database on Wednesday 17 March 2010.

Category Aviation Books, Subcategory WW1, ISBN/Box 9781906798031, Series Windsock Datafile 136, Publisher/Brand Albatros, Author Ray Rimell, Format a4, No. Pages 36, Version sb

THE extraordinary giant flying boats designed by Claudius Dornier were among 'The Great War's' most revolutionary designs. These all-metal giants are covered by Ray Rimell as never before in this unique monograph. 70 photos, most hitherto unpublished, trace the lineage from the 1914 Rs.I to the modern-looking Rs.IV of 1918, aircraft that kick-started a long series of classic Dornier flying boats right up to today's 24T. 1:144 scale drawings are provided for each, plus 1:72 versions of the R.III along with a further six contemporary R.III schematics. All this, together with unique colour art from Robert Karr and Ronny Bar, make for an image-laden record of these awesome aircraft!

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