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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Germany, ISBN/Box 9780957374423, Publisher EAM Books, Author Andersson, Endres, Mulder, Format a4, No. Pages 196, Version hb, Language English
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The tremendous success of the single-engined F 13, which could be seen at work in all parts of the world in the years after the First World War, encouraged Professor Junkers to take the next step in the evolution of the all-metal, low-wing cantilever monoplane. This was largely driven by the demand for more comfort, capacity, speed and range and, particularly in Germany, the relaxation of the onerous Allied restriction, which had limited aircraft design parameters since the ratification of the Versailles Peace Treaty in 1920.
Missing out twin-engined configurations for airliners, Junkers plumped straight for three engines in the nin-passenger G 24, which was also produced as a bomber designated K 30. With 90 produced in both models, together with another 13 of the larger G 31, all three types were hampered ny shortcomings in engine design, and success was hard won.
This is the third book of themost notable and widely-used of the all-metal aircraft produced by the Junkers works in Dessau in the inter-war years. The authors have again drawn on official documentation and their own painstaking research over four decades to produce, within its covers, a wealth of facts and figures, stories, photographs and colour drawings that should appeal to all historians and serious enthusiasts alike.x
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