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Junkers W33, W34 and K43, Workhorse in Peace and War (LAST STOCKS!) (EAM Books 9780957374416)

Junkers W33, W34 and K43, Workhorse in Peace and War (LAST STOCKS!)  9780957374416
Junkers W33, W34 and K43, Workhorse in Peace and War (LAST STOCKS!) (EAM Books 9780957374416)
€ 45.83
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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:Germany
ISBN/Box:9780957374416
Publisher/Brand:EAM Books
Author:Rob Mulder, Andersson, Endres, Ott
Format:a4
No. Pages:272
Version:Hard cover
Language:English
Availability:In stock

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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Germany, ISBN/Box 9780957374416, Publisher/Brand EAM Books, Author Rob Mulder, Andersson, Endres, Ott, Format a4, No. Pages 272, Version Hard cover, Language English

Today we received tha last stocks of this beautiful book!†

In 1919 a small six-seater aircraft, the Junkers F 13, lifted off from an airfield in Dessau in Germany on its first flight. A few years later, it made commercial sense to develop the F 13 further to meet increasing demands for more power, capacity and range, and this resulted in the W 33 and W 34 successors, expanded with the K 43 military variant and Ju 46 mail planes

From the mid-1920s into the early 1960s, the W 33/W 34 served in thirty-four countries on all the world's inhabited continents and was used in a multitude of roles. It was a real workhorse, not cheap to buy or fast in the air, but weather-resistant, robust and durable. Our new book is a tribute to this fabulous aircaft.

270 b/w photos, five pages of drawings, many tables and full production list
Colour section with profiles and philately appendix



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