Messerschmitt Bf 109K
camouflage & marking

Cover previewDetailed study into color system used on the last member of Bf 109 family is the first attempt to describe this item in systematic way. The text goes from general Bf 109 camouflage and marking principles, maps important changes in the middle of 1944 and evolves the most probable form of Bf 109K camouflage painting, all completed by quotations of important documents. A short chapter is dedicated to the influence of photo material at colors displays; a list of Bf 109Ks known is also included. The analytic style set up in this work is extended in project “Focke-Wulf Fw 190D, camouflage & markings”.

Discussion forumMesserschmitt Bf 109K camouflage & marking

6. 11. 2022, 17:40
Any plans for a Reprint?
from: Dan
Greets guys,

Any chance of a reprint of Bf 109K (not necessarily an update, but just a reprint)?

I'm lucky enough to have gotten an original about 20 years ago, BUT I have many friends who see my Japo collection and are drawn to this volume (and many in the last few years have taken phone pictures to help with their projects) - it's an awesome book, and even now 20 years later, I feel a reprint would more than likely sell extremely well.

Thanks again, and looking fwd to the new 2022 releases.

6. 11. 2022, 18:14
Re: Any plans for a Reprint?
from: Dan B   to: Dan
And if a reprint is not viable, have you considered maybe an eBook version?

17. 11. 2022, 9:59
Re:Re: Any plans for a Reprint?
from: Tomáš Poruba   to: Dan B
Interesting idea... We have to verify conditions of the solution specially from point of view rights.
Tomáš Poruba

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