Series: Arco - Aircraft Album

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Heinkel: an aircraft album by Paul St. John Turner1
Messerschmitt: an aircraft album by J. Richard Smith2
Junkers: An Aircraft Album No. 3 by Paul St. John Turner3
Boeing (An Aircraft album, no. 4) by Kenneth Munson4
Hawker: An Aircraft Album by Derek N. James5
North American (An Aircraft album, no. 6) by Gordon Swanborough6
Focke-Wulf (An Aircraft album, no. 6 [i.e. 7]) by J. Richard Smith7

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  1. Moskito by Jay P. Spenser (1983)
  2. The Focke-Wulf 190: a famous German fighter by Heinz J. Nowarra (1965)
  3. Reuben Fleet : and the story of Consolidated Aircraft by William Wagner (1976)
  4. Aircraft of the Battle of Britain by William Green (1969)
  5. Fighters, Volume 1: Great Britain by J. M. Bruce (1965)
  6. Messerschmitt Bf 109 into the Battle by Michael Payne (1987)
  7. Fighters defending the Reich : a selection of German wartime photographs from the Bundesarchiv, Koblenz by Bryan Philpott (1978)
  8. Combat aircraft of the world; from 1909 to the present by John W. R. Taylor (1969)
  9. German aircraft of World War II by Christopher Shepherd (1975)
  10. Messerschmitt Me 109 - Aero Series 1 by Staff of Aero Publishers (1965)
  11. War Planes of the Second World War: Fighters Volume 1 by William Green (1960)
  12. The Luftwaffe 1933 to 1945, Volume I - Warbirds Illustrated No. 1 by Alfred Price (1981)
  13. Aircraft of the Luftwaffe Fighter Aces Vol. I: (Schiffer Military/Aviation History) by Bernd Barbas (1995)
  14. German Air Force bombers of World War Two by Alfred Price (1968)
  15. Jet Planes of the Third Reich by J. Richard Smith (1982)

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