SPAD TWO-SEAT FIGHTERS OF WORLD WAR I.
- Société Anonyme pour Aviation et ses Dérivés (SPAD) was one of the most important aircraft manufacturers during World War I, but until now the focus of published materials about it has been on its two most famous single-seat designs, the SPAD 7 and SPAD 13. This new book takes a look at SPADs less well known two-seat designs, including the SPAD SA series, the widely used SPAD 11 and SPAD 16, and the excellent SPAD 20, which arrived just before the war ended.
The latest addition to the Flying Machine Press library, SPAD Two-Seat Fighters of World War I has the most extensive coveragehistory, evolution, combat use, photos, color profiles, and scale drawingsof these aircraft ever published. It includes:
Scale drawings of five aircraft types in both 1/48 and 1/72 standard modelers scales