Summary of this N ° 237: - Mail from Readers. - 1939-1940. The secrets of French "weather" planes. 1939-1940 - Unpublished! - The Aichi B7A Ryussei torpedo bomber, the ultimate "shooting star". - 1941 - Werner Petermann, an Ace of the Luftwaffe captured in Crete. - Mission of no return: The "Fokker plague" was unmasked in 1916! - The "wild eagles" of the Imperial Japanese Army. - News: SAAB JAS 39 Gripen, a Swedish griffin.
In front page : A Breguet 27 captured by German troops in June 1940. This sesquiplan will provide standard equipment for units dedicated to meteorological reconnaissance throughout the campaign, although other types will also be used. (coll. Christian-Jacques Ehrengardt)
Format : A4
Pages number : 96
Pictures number : 200
Language : French
Color profiles : 10
ISBN : There is no information on the ISBN
Author : There is no information about the author
Publishing : Les secrets des avions "météo" français. 1939-1940 - Inédit !