22 - Bf 109 G/K vol.II (without decals)

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3022 Messerschmitt Bf 109 G/K vol. II – Krzysztof Janowicz – ISBN 83-89088-92-4


The second part of the monograph on the Messerschmitt Bf 109 G & K variants concentrates on the operational history of the fighter units operating this type over Europe and North Africa during its first two years of service. Describes the Gustav’s combat debut over the North Sea and English Channel, the actions over the Eastern Front, North Africa and Italy together with the heavy battles against U.S. four-engined bombers in the Defense of the Reich. The operations beyond the Polar Circle are also covered. The author uncoveres the fates of particular fighter units as well as individual pilots who fought in them.
English & Polish text, 112 pages, 102 photos, 18 sheets of 1:48 and 1:72 scale drawings, which include specification of external changes in production-run versions of the aircraft, 11 pages of colour charts with 25 examples of camouflage schemes.
Free decal sheet with 1:32, 1:48 and 1:72 individual markings for 14 schemes:
Bf 109 G-2, ‘Black 10’ of 8./JG 5, Petsamo, Finland, summer 1943,
Bf 109 G-2, ‘Yellow 5’ of 3./JG 53, Bizerta, Tunisia, December 1942,
Bf 109 G-2, ‘Yellow 12’ of 3./JG 54, Krasnogvardeisk, Russia, January 1943,
Bf 109 G-2 trop, ‘Black 1’ of 5./JG 53, Mateur, Tunisia, December 1942,
Bf 109 G-2/R6, ‘Yellow 6’ of 6./JG 52, Anapa, Russia, spring 1943,
Bf 109 G-6, W.Nr. 412605, ‘White 2’ of IV./JG 54, Winter 1943-1944,
Bf 109 G-2 trop, ‘Red 1’, flown by Oblt. Werner Schroer of 8./JG 27, Rhodes Island, February 1943,
Bf 109 G-6/R6, ‘Black 7’, flown by Lt. Paul Müngensdorf of 5./JG 2, August 1943,
Bf 109 G-6/R6, ‘White Double Chevron’, flown by Hptm. Friedrich Eberle of Stab III./JG 1, Volkel, autumn 1943,
Bf 109 G-2, ‘Yellow 3’, flown by Ofw. Wilhelm Schilling of 9./JG 54, Sivierskaya, Russia, September 1942,
Bf 109 G-6/R2 trop, ‘Black Double Chevron’, flown by Hptm. Franz Beyer of Stab IV./JG 3, San Severo, Italy, summer 1943,
Bf 109 G-6/R6, W.Nr. 18807, ‘Yellow 6’, flown by Ofw. Alfred Surau of 9./JG 3, Bad Wörishofen, Germany, autumn 1943,
Bf 109  G-2 trop, ‘Black 2’ of 2./JG 77, Fatnassa, Tunisia, January 1943,
Bf 109 G-2/R6, W.Nr. 13633, ‘White 1’, flown by Oblt. Wolf-Dietrich Huy of 7./JG 77, 25 October 1942.