Synopses & Reviews
This is the second in a two-volume work shedding light on a remarkable range of unearthed secret projects and experimental aircraft designs developed by German aircraft designers during the era of the Third Reich. The book is the result of intense research by Ingolf Meyer, who also researched the projects contained in the best-selling Luftwaffe Secret Projects series. This volume covers experimental fighters and ground attack aircraft projects developed from manufacturers falling alphabetically between Lippisch and Zeppelin and is packed with detailed illustrations of never-before-seen experimental projects.
A highly illustrated history of German experimental secret project fighters and ground-attack aircraft in alphabetical order starting with those manufactured by Arado and ending with Junkers. This first volume in a new series reveals a remarkable range of secret projects and experimental aircraft that did not appear in the very popular Luftwaffe Secret Projects series. Aircraft, projects and designs are detailed, with approximately 175 color illustrations. Historians, aviation enthusiasts, and modelers will find this book a valuable resource.
About the Author
Ingolf Meyer was born in 1944 in Wittenberg and studied medicine at East Berlin's Humboldt University. He later moved to West Berlin and worked as a graphic designer. As an artist, aviation is one of his great passions, especially the portrayal of innovative fighter designs. Meyer currently resides in Wartenburg, Germany.