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0206Aviatik D.I & D.IIAviatik D.I & D.II

Monography of Austro-Hungarian WWI fighter covers development history of the type including extensive production under licence and operational service, camouflage and marking, all documented by technical drawings, complete service manual, photos and colour profiles of 26 airplanes.

pages: 112
language: English, Czech
publish date: 2002
0323German Fighters in the WestGerman Fighters in the West

A comprehensive pictorial volume on the day fighters of the Luftwaffe units deployed in the West and the later Defence of the Reich. The volume is organised chronologically beginning with the establishment of those fighter formations set up in the period from 1935 to 1939 and the first offensive campaign over Poland. At first glance, it may not seem logical to also deal with the war in Poland. But that is where the Second World War began. At the end of hostilities, many of the units deployed over Poland moved to the West as a result of the declaration of war by England and France on Germany on 3rd September 1939. This was followed by the offensive against Germany’s western neighbors, by operations against the UK through 1940–41 and then the need to organise defences against the Allied units operating from the UK over the Continent, so-called Reichsverteidigung (Defence of the Reich).

pages: 508
language: English, German
publish date: 2022
ISBN: 978-80-907049-6-1
0320Avia B.534 “Dogan” in the Bulgarian Air ForceAvia B.534 “Dogan” in the Bulgarian Air Force

The Avia B.534 was the iconic fighter of Czechoslovak Air Force of the late nineteen thirties, the Munich diktat period in 1938 and the dissolution of the Czechoslovakia in March 1939. Although she was not allowed to proof her combat quality under Czechoslovak colors she flew sorties in various roles including combat sorties by Luftwaffe, by Vzdusne zbrane of Slovakia and by Bulgarian Air Force. The service by the last mentioned air force is the topic of this detailed study.

pages: 196
language: English
publish date: 2022
ISBN: 978-80-907049-5-4
0317B-24 Liberator in RAF Coastal Command ServiceB-24 Liberator in RAF Coastal Command Service

First part of extensive study prepared by Pavel Türk and Miloslav Pajer contains:

  • foreword by S/Ldr. Terence M. Bulloch, DSO&Bar, DFC&Bar
  • overview of Liberator’s versions delivered to UK and used by RAF Coastal Command
  • overview of RAF Squadrons using B-24 Liberator in maritime service
  • complete list and operational history of all 81 Liberators used by No. 311 (Czechoslovak) Squadron in Coastal Command service during WWII and afterwards

pages: 320
language: English
publish date: 2015
0424Focke-Wulf Fw 190s of Jagdgeschwader 6 in WWII Final OperationsFocke-Wulf Fw 190s of Jagdgeschwader 6 in WWII Final Operations

The next volume in the series of books on the Luftwaffe history over the Czech territory focuses on the final days of WWII and fighter JG 6. The unit based at airfields located in northern Bohemia participated in the defence of Berlin against Soviet armies. For the first time in our series we attempt to analyze in detail air operations of both parties day by day, while concentrating on missions flown by JG 6. The second part of the book offers information on unit’s equipment with a particular focus on the Fw 190A and D. Like in our earlier volumes, we also introduce several aircraft in detail, including their career and camouflage.
The text is accompanied by number of data tables, original documents and several maps.

pages: 228
language: English
publish date: 2024
ISBN: 978-80-907049-8-5
0421Messerschmitt Bf 109s & Other Aircraft of I./EKG(J)Messerschmitt Bf 109s & Other Aircraft of I./EKG(J)

There has been realized an operation within the Luftwaffe since autumn 1944 to increase number of shortage fighter pilots by retraing of bomber pilots. This transformation and pilot training have been described in our titles “Messerschmitt Me 262s of KG & KG(J) units” and “Messerschmitt Bf 109s of KG(J) 6”. This study deals with the I./EKG(J) which should ensure to continuously replenish the personnel strength of KG(J) units and to substitute expected losses and which activities were mostly connected with Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia. The title extends number of titles with this theme to the trilogy.
As is usual in the “Luftwaffe over Czech Territory – 1945” line the historical description is accompanied by historical documents, tables, b/w and colour photos and description of 38 aircraft from that 28 Messerschmitt Bf 109s, 5 Focke-Wulf Fw 190s and 5 Arado Ar 96Bs.

pages: 184
language: English
publish date: 2021
ISBN: 978-80-907049-3-0
0415Messerschmitt Me 262s of KG & KG(J) unitsMesserschmitt Me 262s of KG & KG(J) units

The third title of our “Luftwaffe over Czech territory 1945” is dealing with an attempt of Luftwaffe to significantly increase number of jet fighters by retraining bomber pilots for fighter tasks. The IX.Fliegerkorps(J) was based under Dietrich Peltz command and several KG units were transformed into KG(J), but only KG(J) 54 reached regular operational status and was sent into action. It was transferred to Prague in April 1945 and together with JG 7 and fragments of KG(J) 6 saw final battles over Bohemia, Germany and at Prague.
Despite of KG(J) 54 and KG(J) 6 the KG 51 was regular bomber unit which flew operationally from the late of 1944. At the end of April 1945 several aircraft moved to Prague, joined other Me 262 units there and took part in final actions.
Special chapter is dedicated to production of Me 262Bs.
The title includes camouflage studies of 11 Me 262s of KG(J) 6, KG(J) 54 and KG 51 which saw action over Czech area in 1945 including two Me 262Bs. The text is accompanied by nearly 300 b/w and color photos, tens of original documents and tables.

pages: 180
language: English
publish date: 2010, 2021
ISBN: 978-80-907049-2-3
0512Soviet Air Force over Czechoslovakia 1968-1991Soviet Air Force over Czechoslovakia 1968-1991

The title maps more than 20 years of Soviet Army or more precisely its Air Force stay in former Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.
The first part deals with the aerial part of Operation “Danube”, i.e. invasion of Warszaw Pact’s armies in the Czechoslovakia in August 1968 and with the formation of Soviet Central Group of Forces and its air units in Czechoslovakia in the beginning of 70’s. Air units are presented in a brief form especially their equipment and armament.
The text part is accompanied by deployment tables from several time periods and by number of photographs from invasion in August 1968 and from 70’s and 80’s.
Highly recommended for all students of modern Soviet aerial warfare in Central Europe during the Cold War and modellers.

pages: 80
language: English
publish date: 2008
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