The Luftwaffe s Messerschmitt Bf109 single seat fighter was the main combat adversary of the RAF s Hurricane and Spitfire fighters in the Battle of Britain It could climb and dive faster than the RAF fighters and its competitive edge in combat was helped by its direct injection fuel system It also had the edge on both the Spitfire and Hurricane when it came to the punch delivered by its array of machine guns and shell firing cannon Its formidable performance and potent armament made the Bf109, arguably, the best fighter of the Battle This book covers the history of the 109, restoration to flight, the views of owners, pilots and engineers, operating and servicing There are data boxes covering a wealth of 09 facts and figures, and interviews with owners and pilots both WW2 Luftwaffe pilots and modern day owner pilots Photographs and illustrations are drawn from a variety of sources, including Luftwaffe official wartime manuals, official and private archives, restoration projects in the UK and overseas....
|Title||:||Messerschmitt Bf109: 1935 Onwards (all marks) (Owners' Workshop Manual)|
|Publisher||:||Haynes Publishing UK New edition May 5, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
|File Size||:||572 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Messerschmitt Bf109: 1935 Onwards (all marks) (Owners' Workshop Manual) Reviews
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