By Andrzej Glass
A monograph on Polish PZL P.24 fighter which describes the origins and improvement of this airplane compared to different warring parties outfitted even as. Discusses the influence of the ‘Polish airfoil’ at the global aviation know-how and its use in different structures. Covers the actual types, changes and camouflage.
90 pages, 146 photos, sixteen sheets of technical drawings in 1:24 and 1:48 scale with specification of exterior alterations on production-run types of the airplane, 1 sheet with first unique technical drawing from 1934, eleven colour charts with 30 examples of camouflage schemes.
Free 1:48 and 1:72 decals for nine schemes:
PZL P.24/III, (3rd prototype – SP-BFL), 1936.
KFT P.24A, (nr 2016), Turkish Air strength.
KFT P.24A, (nr 2141), Turkish Air strength.
PZL P.24B, („Symeon kniaź Trnowski”), Bulgarian Air strength.
PZL P.24B, 22 Sqn, Bulgarian Air strength.
IAR P.24E, (nr 24), Romanian Air strength, 1942-1943.
PZL P.24F, (Δ 129), Hellenic Air strength, 1940.
PZL P.24G, (Δ 116), Hellenic Air strength, 1937.
PZL P.24G, (Δ 109), Hellenic Air strength, 1941.
About the Series
Monographs specializes in anyone form of airplane. every one monograph comprises descriptions of the aircraft’s starting place, its versions and strive against historical past. each one quantity comprises a number of hundred archive pictures, technical scale drawings and colour profile art. each one ebook additionally has loose extras for modelers, with decals and overlaying foil.