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Jagdbombergeschwader 35 : 1959 – 1997 (AirDoc 9783935687966)

Jagdbombergeschwader 35 : 1959 – 1997  9783935687966
Jagdbombergeschwader 35 : 1959 – 1997 (AirDoc 9783935687966)
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EU: incl. tax € 34.95
 
Specifications
Category:Books on aviation
Subcategory:Germany
ISBN/Box:9783935687966
Publisher/Brand:AirDoc
Author:Daniel Kehl
Format:A4
No. Pages:132
Version:Soft cover
Language:German-English
Availability:Temporarily Out of Stock.

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Product description

Category Books on aviation, Subcategory Germany, ISBN/Box 9783935687966, Publisher/Brand AirDoc, Author Daniel Kehl, Format A4, No. Pages 132, Version Soft cover, Language German-English

This title features the content of our two books ADL 011 and ADL 012, printed together in one publication as a special limited edition for the enthusiast and historian, who wants to have the complete history of Fighter-Bomber Wing 35. It covers the early years of the unit, when it started as JG 73 at Oldenburg AB, operating the Sabre Mk.6, it then continues with the Fiat G.91 as LeKG 42 after it's move to Pferdsfeld AB and finishes as JaboG 35, equipped with F-4F Phantom II, in 1997.

Softcover, perfect bound, 132 pages, over 230 b/w and colour photographs, bilingual English and German text/captions

 

 

 



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