The massive 'push-pull' Do 335 all-weather heavy fighter was capable of a maximum speed in excess of 750km/h at 6400m. In marked contrast to the many other futuristic designs produced in the dying days of ther Reich, some forty examples were built and several were flown. The authors have unearthed much previously unpublished material and dispel many myths about the aircraft. This title is not yet published. Your order will be recorded and the book dispatched when it becomes available. Your credit/debit card will not be charged until that time
|Publisher:||IAN ALLAN PUBLISHING|
|Product dimensions:||8.80(w) x 12.00(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
J. Richard Smith is undisputedly one of the worldís foremost authorities on the history of the Luftwaffe. His works include the landmark publication Jet Planes of the Third Reich as well as Arado 234 Blitz, Luftwaffe Camouflage & Markings 1935-45, Me262 and numerous other leading aviation titles. He is a former specialist in the business training sector, having worked for a national telecommunications company.
A qualified architect, Eddie J. Creek has for many years worked in partnership with Richard Smith producing a wealth of the most historically accurate line drawings and color artwork so far published on aviation in the Third Reich. As a historian and enthusiast, he has been actively collecting documents and photographs relative to the history of the Luftwaffe for over 30 years. Creek resides in Crowborough, England.