Fokker D Vii The Lethal Weapon
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|Author||: Tomasz Kowalski|
|Publsiher||: Kagero Pub|
|Total Pages||: 168|
|Genre||: Crafts & Hobbies|
Download Fokker D VII Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Contains more than 160 historic photos and 175 of the highest quality 3D rendersThe Fokker D.VII was a German World War I fighter aircraft designed by Reinhold Platz of the Fokker-Flugzeugwerke. Germany produced around 3,300 D.VII aircraft in the summer and autumn of 1918. In service, the D.VII quickly proved itself to be a formidable aircraft. The Armistice ending the war specifically required Germany to surrender all D.VIIs to the Allies at the conclusion of hostilities. Surviving aircraft saw continued widespread service with many other countries in the years after World War I.This is the second publication from the "Legends of Aviation in 3D" series. The Fokker D.VII was one of the most successful feats of engineering of World War I. Designed by Reinhold Platz and wheeled out in the summer of 1918, the D. VII proved itself to be an indispensable part of the German fight. This fantastic new title from Kagero contains more than 160 historic photos and 175 of the highest quality 3D renders that illustrate every detail of the plane. The engine, cockpit and much more is shown from many different angles and views which gives you a chance to explore the plane in a way you have never imagined!
|Author||: Tomasz Goralski Kowalski,Marek Rys|
|Total Pages||: 135|
|Genre||: Crafts & Hobbies|
Download Fokker D VIII The Lethal Weapon Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
World War I was the time of dynamic development of aviation. Aircraft created during that period and pilots who fought in them, became legends that have fascinated generations of pilots and aviation enthusiasts. Legends of Aviation in 3D is a publishing series with a goal to present legendary aircraft from the pioneer era of military aviation in an innovative way. Thanks to color 3D renderings we can almost touch the Fokker D.VII, see its details, get to know its meticulous airframe structure and understand the phenomenon of this legendary aircraft. With the virtual Fokker D.VII, Marek Ry inspires us to explore the history of the aircraft afresh. The modern 3D images impressively harmonize with the old photographs. Tomasz Kowalski tells us the story of pilots flying the new Fokker biplanes and takes us to the dark and romantic period of the Great War when knights of the sky were born and killed. We are convinced that Tomasz Kowalski and Marek Ry's publication is a valuable addition to literature concerning the legendary Fokker D.VII and simultaneously a successful and exceptional attempt to present the earliest history of aviation in an original way. We have made all efforts to make the layout and quality of the series fulfill the needs of our readers.
|Author||: Justin D. Murphy|
|Total Pages||: 319|
Download Military Aircraft Origins to 1918 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
"Military Aircraft, Origins to 1918: An Illustrated History of Their Impact" is a detailed, authoritative exploration of the role and development of military aviation, from its beginnings to the conclusion of World War I. Military history scholar Justin Murphy carefully illustrates the impact of aircraft on military warfare, examines the different types of aircraft, and includes a wealth of photographs and descriptions. Organized thematically, the work covers everything from the origins of military aviation and the impact of aircraft on World War I to the role of reconnaissance missions, auxiliary aircraft, fighters, and bombers. Each chapter highlights key individuals, advancements in aviation technology, industrial organization and aircraft production, and the influence of aircraft on military tactics and strategy. Murphy also demonstrates how aircraft contributed to the development of total war and blurred the lines that had traditionally separated combatants and noncombatants.
|Author||: F. Robert van der Linden|
|Publsiher||: Smithsonian Institution|
|Total Pages||: 256|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
Download The Nation s Hangar Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Nation's Hangar: Aircraft Treasures of the Smithsonian offers a fascinating textual and visual history of civilian, military, and commercial aviation from the earliest balloon flights to today's most advanced aircraft. The Nation's Hangar charts the awe-inspiring history of flight around the world. F. Robert Van Der Linden, a Smithsonian curator and leading expert on aviation history, explains the fascinating stories behind aviation's great technological advances and provides historic and social context that highlights the many ways in which these innovations have changed the course of human history. The Nation's Hangar is also a visual delight. The Smithsonian aircraft collection has never looked so compelling and sleek. The Nation's Hangar is a must-have for that fly boy or fly girl in your flight pattern.
|Author||: L. F. E. Coombs|
|Total Pages||: 320|
|Genre||: Aeronautical instruments|
Download Control in the Sky Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
In the first early years of aviation, the control systems and instruments found in a typical aircraft cockpit were few and simple, but did form the basic pattern of requirements still used today. Although pioneering aeroplanes seldom achieved speeds above 100 mph or reached altitudes above 10,000 feet, pilots still required reliable information on speed, altitude, attitude, engine condition and compass direction. Instruments and controls were designed and positioned for mechanical convenience rather than pilot comfort. This situation continued well into the 1930s and then the remarkable increase in aircraft performance created during World War II generated an altogether different working environment for pilots who now had to cope with a multitude of information sources and far more sophisticated control mechanisms. Aircraft designers now considered how best to organise cockpits and flight decks to assist the pilot. This is the history of how ergonomically designed civil and military aircraft cockpits and flight decks evolved. Civil aircraft now regularly fly at transonic speeds at around 35,000 feet, and military jets at twice the speed of sound on the edge of space. These are demanding environments. However, modern cockpit-technologies, with simplified presentation of flight information and finger-tip controls, have eased pilot's tasks.
|Author||: Edward Kocent-Zieliński|
|Total Pages||: 0|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
Download S E 5a Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
* Includes a free decal sheet Fourth of a Polish/English text series dedicated to World War I fliers, their units, planes and combats. This volume concentrates on the S.E. 5a, popular amongst many British Empire squadrons, as well as a couple of U.S. squadrons, flown by such aces as Albert Ball, who was second only to Manfred von Richthofen among all First World War aces. Strong and reliable, it was noted for its use for both offensive and defensive maneuvers. It was possibly the most successful British plane of the period About the Series This is a collection of books detailing the oldest aircraft of the 20th Century, their units and the pilots who flew and fought in them. Each volume contains archive photographs, scale drawings and color profile artwork. Free extras for modelers include free decals and masking foil.