Modelling has long enabled the examination of various machines’ constructions, and with such a process undergoing a renaissance with the likes of Zoukei-Mura offerings, this guide to World War One German fighters will interest many.
While many Tank Craft titles seek to cover the entire history of a combat vehicle in the format’s relatively short page count, this Sd.Kfz. 171 Panther tank guide is refreshing in that it focuses on the IV. SS-Panzerkorps use of the type.
Having established its Bf 110 as the Luftwaffe’s primary Zerstörer (heavy fighter), Messerschmitt intended its Me 210 to be the replacement, but this, the subsequent Me 310 and Me 410 faced troubled gestations.
Pen & Sword’s Images of War publications will be familiar to many modellers thanks to the range of reference imagery they contain, but this volume covering USAAF operations over North Africa is arguably one of the most varied.