Luftwaffe Secret Projects

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1.Luftwaffe Secret Projects Fighters 1939-1945
  by Walter Schick and Ingolf Meyer
  DESCRIPTION:
  With access to previously unpublished information, authors Schick and Meyer bring to life the furturistic shapes that might have terrorized the Allies had the war gone beyond 1945. Full color action illustrations in contemporary unit markings show vividly what might have been achieved. Careful comparison with later Allied and Soviet aircraft show the legacy handed on, right up to todays stealth aircraft.
Amazon.com title link: http://www.amazon.com/LUFTWAFFE-SECRET-PROJECTS-FIGHTERS-1939-1945/dp/1857800524
2.Luftwaffe Secret Projects: Strategic Bombers 1935-1945
  by Dieter Herwig and Heinz Rode
  DESCRIPTION:
  An eagerly awaited companion to the enormously popular volume on fighters published by Midland in 1997, this volume looks at the \"might-have-been\" strategic bombers. Includes transatlantic jets and projects that were on the drawing board or in prototype form at the war\'s end. Full-color action illustrations, contemporary markings, and performance data tables vividly show what might have been achieved. For military and aviation enthusiasts.
Amazon.com title link: http://www.amazon.com/Luftwaffe-Secret-Projects-Strategic-1935-1945/dp/1857800923/ref=pd_sim_b_2
3.Luftwaffe Secret Projects, Ground Attack & Special Purpose Aircraft
  by Dieter Herwig and Heinz Rode
  DESCRIPTION:
  The two previous volumes in this hugely popular series have covered Fighters 1939-1945 and Strategic Bombers 1935-1945. This new addition takes a close look at a varied range of aircraft types, principally described as ground-attack and special-purpose types, but which includes Kampfzerstörer (multi-purpose combat aircraft), multi-purpose and fast bombers, explosive-carrying aircraft intended to attack other aircraft, air-to-air ramming vehicles, bomb-carrying gliders and towed fighters, and airborne weapons and special devices (rockets, cannons, flame-throwers, etc.) 
As in the first two volumes, the technical descriptions and histories of about 140 aircraft types are brought to life by many specially created full-color artworks, showing the projects, often in unit markings, as they might have appeared if they had come to fruition and/or if the war had continued beyond 1945. This series has proven indispensable for historians and notably for modelers, whose imaginations are fired up by these revelations.
Amazon.com title link: http://www.amazon.com/Luftwaffe-Projects-Special-Purpose-Aircraft/dp/1857801504/ref=pd_sim_b_3		
Luftwaffe Secret Projects Fighters 1939-1945.pdf 48.417 MB
Luftwaffe Secret Projects Ground Attack & Special Purpose Aircraft.pdf 53.991 MB
Luftwaffe Secret Projects Strategic Bombers 1935-1945.pdf 134.372 MB
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