Messerschmitt Me 210 Me 410 Hornisse Hornet

Author: Peter Petrick
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ISBN: 9781903223727
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This is the highly detailed story of the Messerschmitt Me 210, which turned out to be one of the few truly disastrous German aircraft of World War II and was later replaced by the Me 410. The book covers the Hornet's development, instability and landing-gear problems, interior and exterior details, modifications, sub-types, and weapons systems.

Messerschmitt Bf 110 Me 210 Me 410

Author: Heinz Mankau
Editor: Schiffer Publishing
ISBN: 9780764317842
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For the first time, this richly illustrated book offers a comprehensive, detailed examination of the legendary Messerschmitt Bf 110, Me 210, and Me 410 series. By 1935 the Bf 109 had made Messerschmitt the leading manufacturer of fighter aircraft in Germany. The twin-engined Bf 110 followed on its heels in 1936, a type the Luftwaffe took on in large numbers as a long-range fighter, heavy-fighter, fighter-bomber, night-fighter and reconnaissance platform. As its successor, Messerschmitt developed the better performing Me 210, which flew for the first time in 1939. But this airframe soon began manifesting serious design flaws, and accidents with the Me 210 quickly started piling up due to the types questionable flight handling characteristics. The Luftwaffe refused to accept any more aircraft as a result, and at a stroke the types overzealous full scale production ground to a halt. More powerful engines and a number of design changes saw this aircraft produced from 1943 to 1944 under the designation of Me 410, and as such the type gave an excellent accounting of itself in service with the Luftwaffe.

Messerschmitt Me 410

Author: Robert Peczkowski
Editor: Mmp
ISBN: 9788389450241
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This is the illustrated story of the World War Two Me410 twin-engine fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft, which the Luftwaffe High Command commissioned as the successor to the Bf110 "heavy fighter" and the ultimate version of the experimental Me210. In all, 1,160 aircraft were built and the final years of the war the Me410 valiantly defended Germany against the incessant raids of Allied bombers. This work features: scale plans; photographs and drawings from technical manuals; walk-around color photographs; b/w archive photographs; rarely documented aspect of World War Two aviation history covering a lesser know but significant Luftwaffe aircraft; and superb color illustrations of camouflage and markings, detailed color photographs of surviving aircraft and period wartime b/w photographs. It is an essential reading for aviation enthusiasts and scale air modelers. REVIEWS .. a most complete look at one of the Luftwaffe's more interesting aircraft. A book that continues the excellent of MMP products and one that I can highly recommend to you. Model Madness

The Messerschmitt Me 410 Hornisse In Norway

Author: Kjetil Åkra
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ISBN: 9788292542064
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Messerschmitt Me 410 A 1

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Editor: MMP
ISBN: 9788365958655
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This book is compilations of the 4-view color profile, scale plans and photo details of the single variant of the Messerschmitt Me 410 A-1. Scale plans in 1/72 and 1/48 scales plus drawings from wartime technical manuals. Also photos of the details in B&W and color.

Messerschmitt Me 210 Me 410

Author: Anirudh Rao
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ISBN: 9788366673281
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Messerschmitt Me 210 - German heavy fighter. Work on the design began in late 1930s with a goal of creating a versatile aircraft, equally capable as a fighter, dive bomber or a reconnaissance platform. The machine was an all-metal, low-wing monoplane, featuring twin vertical stabilizers. Full-scale production of the Me 210 was launched in 1941. The aircraft was powered by a pair of Daimler-Benz DB 601F engines, each producing 959 kW of power. Messerschmitt Me 410 - German heavy twin-engine fighter and fast bomber, meant to be an improvement of the unsuccessful Me 210 design. The aircraft was equipped with new Daimler-Benz DB603A inverted V engines, rated at 1,750 and 1,850 hp. Powered by those engines the Me 410 was capable of speeds up to 628 km/h. The aircraft's armament consisted of two 7.92 mm MG 17 machine guns, a pair of 13 mm MG 131 machine guns and four remotely controlled 20 mm MG 151 cannons. The Me 410 could also carry up to 1,000 kg of bombs. Thanks to its fairly long range and excellent performance characteristics, the aircraft was often employed in the bomber destroyer role.

Messerschmitt Me 410 Hornisse Inc Me 210 And Me 310

Author: RICHARD A. FRANKS
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ISBN: 9781912932139
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Library Of Congress Subject Headings

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The Messerschmitt 210 410 Story

Author: Jan Forsgren
Editor: Fonthill Media
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In 1938, the Reichsluftfahrtsministerium (German Air Ministry, RLM), issued a requirement for a new twin-engine heavy fighter to replace the Me 110. This type of combat aeroplane was known as Zerstörer (Destroyer). The first prototype flew in September 1939. The Me 210 proved very difficult to fly, having numerous deficiencies. It was said to be deadlier to its crews than the enemy. Nevertheless, the Luftwaffe ordered the Me 210 into production. Operational trials began in late 1941, but it was eventually acknowledged that the aircraft had to be redesigned in order to be accepted into Luftwaffe service. The whole Me 210 debacle proved a huge scandal. A redesigned variant, the Me 410 began to reach Luftwaffe units in mid-1943. Even if the Me 210 and Me 410 were similar in appearance, the latter had to be redesigned to avoid the extremely poor reputation of the Me 210. The Me 410 proved a quite successful aeroplane, being used as a heavy fighter and for reconnaissance duties. Its closest Allied equivalent was the British DH 98 Mosquito. More than 1,500 Me 210/410s were built in Germany and Hungary, with only two Me 410s surviving today.

Messerschmidt Me 410 In Detail

Author: Jacek Nowicki
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ISBN: 9788372191083
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Rigt illustreret beskrivelse af det fra 2. verdenskrig kendte, tyske jagerbomberfly Messerschmitt Me 410

German Warplanes Of World War Ii

Author: Christopher Chant
Editor: Spellmount, Limited Publishers
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This illustrated book contains the most famous and important military aircraft that flew for the Luftwaffe in World War II. The accompanying text provides details on the aircraft's design and development history.

World War Ii Airplanes

Author: Enzo Angelucci
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Korte tekniske beskrivelser, farvetegninger og historie for ca. 150 forskellige fly fra 16 forskellige lande.

Gunner

Author: Donald Nijboer
Editor: Erin, Ont. : Boston Mills Press
ISBN: 9781550464863
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Now in paperback: A pictorial history of WWII aircraft gunner positions featuring detailed photographs of the cramped positions, aircraft profiles, archival photographs, and descriptions by veterans about what it was like.

German Aircraft Of World War Ii

Author: David Donald
Editor: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 9780760303238
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Analyzes each aircraft in detail, including development, prototype histories, design teams and aerodynamic problems that had to be overcome.

The Spellmount Aircraft Identification Guide

Author: Chris Bishop
Editor: Spellmount, Limited Publishers
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Illustrated with detailed artworks of German aircraft and their markings with exhaustive captions and specifications, this book studies the equipment and organisation of the Luftwaffe's combat units. Describing the various units that were fighting on the front at key points in the war, it is useful for modellers.

Government Reports Announcements

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Jane S Fighting Aircraft Of World War Ii

Author: Frederick Thomas Jane
Editor: Gramercy
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More than one thousand black-and-white photographs, line drawings, and data tables accompany an authoritative survey of World War II aircraft that reviews the airpower of sixty-eight nations and provides detailed descriptions of each aircraft.