A history of the Vickers Type 279 Venom, the high performance prototype monoplane fighter with eight fixed forward-firing machine guns, designed in the 1930s.
A history of the French Dewoitine D.500 monoplane fighter series which was designed in the 1930s to be a replacement for the Nieuport-Delage Ni-D.62 series, including specifications.
A history of the Arado Ar 80 prototype designed for the German air force in the lead up to WW2 but which was deemed inferior to the Messerschmitt Bf 109.
A history of the British Supermarine Type 244 & Bristol Type 133 fighters, which were created as a response to the British Air Ministry’s Specification F/7/30, including their specifications.
A description of the development and evolution of the Martinsyde Buzzard, with details of its service history and specifications.
A history of the development of the Gloster Gauntlet Mk II, with details of its evolution, production, service history and specifications.
The British concept tank of design philosophies in the early inter-war period, which led to the development of many models of the mini-tank.
This first part of a series on tank design philosophies in the inter-war period focuses on German tank developments including various Grosstraktor prototypes.
A history of a classic Soviet fighter, the Polikarpov I-153 & I-15ter, with details of its origins, development, models and specifications.
A history of the Destroyers and Escorts of Germany, Italy and Japan in the inter-war years, including the technical and armament developments.