Ronny Bar Profiles : German Fighters of the Great War Vol 2
By Ronny Bar
As the climax of the Great War approached, German engineers worked feverishly to push the boundaries of what was technically possible in single-seat fighter aircraft design. The result was a host of advanced fighting machines able to take on the very best of their Allied contemporaries.
Renowned profile artist Ronny Bar presents the second volume of his two-volume set depicting the most important German-built single-seat fighters operational during the war.
Ronny Bar Profiles – German Fighters of the Great War Volume II includes more than 470 colourful and highly detailed profiles of the most important German-built single-seat fighters operational during the war.
Where Volume I covered the early to mid-war period – the Fokker Eindecker to the Albatros D-V of 1917, this volume covers late-war period, from the Albatros D-Va in the autumn of 1917 to the revolutionary all-metal Junkers D-I of the last days of the war.
Together, the two volumes of Ronny Bar Profiles – German Fighters of the Great War cover the entire war with a grand total of more than 800 incredible profile artworks.