This issue doesn’t disappoint and, as usual, has many rare and unusual photographs with excellent research to back them up and put them in context. There are many ideas for dioramas, including the spectacular front cover.

The contents of this issue are:

• 50 pages, 52 photos – thereof 7 in colour,  2 colour profiles, 1 coloured emblem,  3 coloured maps, Readerforum

• Scenery: Hit in the Cockpit! (JG 26)

• Colour Photos of a Seldom-Seen  Kampfgeschwader (I./KG 28)

• Aircraft in Focus: An Extraordinary  Aircraft from the Defense of the  Reich  –  The Fw 190 of Major Philipp,  Geschwaderkommodore of JG 1

• Unknown Emblems: 7.(H)/12’s  “Jaunty Dachshund”

• Photos with a Story: Target: Kramators-  kaya Tank Works (KG 55 – 1941)

• Unusual: The Camouflaged Tarpaulin

• Fate: Shot Down Over the Murmansk  Railway  –  The Fate of a KG 30  Crew in the Summer of 1942

• Documents: II./NJG 1’s 100th  Night Victory

• Close-Support Aircraft: Ground Attack  Pilot in the Closing Months of the War –  Night Close-Support Missions by  2./EJG 2 in April-May 1945

• Fighters: Me 262 A-1a of JG 7,  April 1945

• Bombers: Ar 234 of III/KG 76

• As well as photos Fotos of Ju 290, DFS 230 of St.G. 2, Ju 87 with an impressive snorting rhinoceros-Emblem, colourphotos of the emblem of IV./KG 54 and photos to more topics

Paul Tosney – Model Builder International – www.modelbuilderinternational.com


Paul Tosney

Paul has been with Model Builder International since almost the beginning. He started building models as a boy, and took a hiatus, but started building again a few years ago. He builds pretty much anything, but mostly WW2, with a smattering of modern and the occasional SciFi model.

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