While the firm is arguably most famous for its Defiant turret-equipped fighter, this Fonthill Media volume reveals the Boulton Paul company has a far richer history than just this one somewhat unsuccessful type.
The first of two Jet Age series volumes dedicated to the Hawker Siddeley Harrier covers its introduction in 1969 to the end of the Cold War – judged to be 1990, when the first of the second-generation British Aerospace machines entered service.
This dual-language (German and English) Tankograd reference guide is dedicated to the Mercedes-Benz Zetros, a Geschütztes Transport-Fahrzeug (Protected Transport Vehicle) developed by the Special Truck department of Daimler AG.
Following the Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in 1941, local resistance forces used guerrilla tactics to foil the enemy, with the most famous group being the Partisans led by the future Yugoslavian Prime Minister and President, Josip ‘Tito’ Broz.
This Flight Craft volume describes Supermarine’s Spitfire Mk.V and its derivative, which is a challenging subject, especially when its origins are considered in depth, including Schneider Trophy designs and the type’s development.
Advances in computer software have been a boon to graphic designers, particularly in the modelling and aviation industries, and this volume of digital artwork by Marek Ryś offers a wonderful insight into this developing field.