The third installment of the history of the Heinkel He 162, as the leaders of the Third Reich began to inhabit a fantasy world, and the increasing difficulties that frustrated the development and deployment of the fighter.
More information about the development of the wood constructed Luftwaffe fighter, the Heinkel He 162 (II); plus armament options as well as unorthodox plans for further development of the fighter in the face of increasing desperation of the Third Reich.
A history of the Fokker D.XXI which was designed in 1935 and was used by the Netherlands East Indies Army during WW2, including its production and service history.
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 German Focke-Wulf Fw 159, the prototype monoplane fighter designed in the run-up to WW2, with details of its development and specifications.
An account of Operation ‘Menace’, the unsuccessful British and Free French attempt to take the port of Dakar in French West Africa (now Senegal) in August-September 1940. With details of the military forces, cruisers, destroyers and other equipment involved.
The dramatic story of ‘Operation Pedestal’ – to deliver oil supplies to Malta by the tanker SS Ohio, one of the most important British supply convoy operations of World War II.