Focke-Wulf Fw 190D
camouflage & markings, Part I

Cover previewThe Focke-Wulf Fw 190D was one of the most elegant and powerful birds of prey in the European skies at the end of WW II. Similar in conception to “Messerschmitt Bf 109K, camouflage & marking”, this new work provides a thorough insight in the aircraft’s camouflage and marking schemes.
Part I explains the common rules used for camouflaging and marking of the type, and describes in great detail the various colour patterns applied to the different Focke-Wulf built Fw 190D-9 and D-11 production batches.
The book is fully documented with extracts from original documents, black & white, and colour photographs, as well as colour schemes and colour profiles. It is completed with a comprehensive loss list of the entire Focke-Wulf production.
Highly recommended for all students of WW II aerial warfare, Fw 190 fans, and modellers.

Discussion forumFocke-Wulf Fw 190D camouflage & markings, Part I

11. 8. 2006, 22:39
Where was/is Zarau airfield
from: Pesel
Could you help me guys? You said it's near to Marienburg, but where exactly?
9. 11. 2006, 12:56
Re: Where was/is Zarau airfield
from: Wamod   to: Pesel
Hello Pesel,

Marienburg was a small city naer of Danzig in East Prussia. Today it belongs to Poland. Watch here:
There was also an airfield and i think also a FW-Factory,
but i didn't know it exactly. My references can be wrong

Sorau was an airfield near to the Focke-Wulf Sorau plant.
It is today also in Poland. Watch here plaese:


Kind regards
from Cologne

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