Dénes Bernád

Dénes Bernád is a Hungarian automotive engineer, who has devoted considerable research to East European air arms since 1983.

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    Bulgarian Fighter Colours 1919-1948 Vol. 1
    Książka w j. angielskim
    Bulgaria was arguably the historically most underrated Axis ally that actually fought the Allies during World War II. It did face its fair share of warfare, owing to the combat activity of its fighter air force against the armada of US bombers and their fighter escorts in 1943 and 1944.
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    Hungarian Fighter Colours vol. 2
    This book describes and illustrates all the fighter aircraft used by the Hungarian armed forces during WW2. Covering both the indigenous designs employed early on through to the German and Italian fighters flown for much of the period, the camouflage and markings of these aircraft are described and illustrated in...
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    Hungarian Fighter Colours vol. 1
    This book describes and illustrates all the fighter aircraft used by the Hungarian armed forces during WW2. Covering both the indigenous designs employed early on through to the German and Italian fighters flown for much of the period, the camouflage and markings of these aircraft are described and illustrated in...
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    Henschel Hs 129
    Henschel Hs129 był jedynym samolotem Luftwaffe zaprojektowanym od podstaw do roli bezpośredniego wsparcia. Książka to opis procesu powstawania i rozwoju konstrukcji oraz zastosowanie bojowe Hs 129. Nie zostały pominięte także problemy z silnikami, które trapiły ten typ przez cały okres użytkowania.
    The Henschel Hs129 was a dedicated close-support and anti-tank aircraft, the only aircraft specifically designed for this role to see service with the Luftwaffe in WW2. This book describes the design, development and operations of the type, including the many problems with powerplants which dogged the design throughout its career.

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