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The third part of the monograph on the Messerschmitt Bf 109 G & K variants concentrates on the operational history of the fighter units which used these planes over Europe and North Africa during the last three years of WW2. The air battles against U.S. four-engined bombers in the Defense of the Reich and actions over Normandy together with the Battle of the Bulge and the ‘Unternehmen Bodenplatte’ are thoroughly described. The combat use of ‘Gustav’ on the Eastern Front is also discussed with coverage of triumphs of Erich Hartmann and other JG 52 aces. A separate chapter is devoted to the operations beyond the Polar Circle. The book features a short description of Bf 109 G service in other Axis air forces and Switzerland.
English & Polish text, 140 pages, 186 photos, 18 sheets of 1:32 and 1:48 scale drawings, which include specification of external changes in production-run versions of the aircraft, 11 pages with color profiles, 11 painting schemes.
Free decal sheet with 1:32, 1:48 and 1:72 individual markings for 5 schemes:
Bf 109 G-10, W.Nr. 491241, flown by Uffz. Ferdinand Dyk of 10./JG 300, Jütenborg-Damm, 1944,
Bf 109 G-10, flown by Lt. Anton Wöffen of 6./JG 27, Hopsten, 1945,
Bf 109 K-4, W.Nr. 334159, flown by Oblt. Ernst-Georg Altnorthoff of 13./JG 27, Achmer, 1945,
Bf 109 K-4, flown by Lt. Günther Landt of 11./JG 53, Kirrlach, 1945,
Bf 109 K-4, flown by Lt. Heinrich Heckler of 11./JG 77, Düsseldorf, 1944.