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A unique collection of the luftwaffe's
formidable combat planes

Each issue comes with a magnificent reproduction of a famous combat aircraft with detailed technical specifications. Plus information on the rise of German military aviation, and the many great battles the Luftwaffe fought during World War II.

distinctive markings

re-created with
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Weaponry

and accessories faithfully
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The legendary

JUNKERS Ju 87 D5 STUKA

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made from injection-moulded
plastic with main parts
in die-cast metal

The Planes

This exciting new high quality collection of German Warplanes is in 1:72 scale. It covers the main aircraft used by the Luftwaffe during World War II, from not only the classic and most successful, but also some that are unseen or little known to model collectors such as the Henschel Hs 129 or the Dornier DO 335.

MESSERSCHMITT Me 262 A1a

The world's first successful jet-powered fighter plane, the Me 262 could have devastated the Allied bomber formations if it had come into service in greater numbers at an earlier stage. Its great speed enabled it to evade enemy fighters, while its impressive weaponry could destroy an enemy bomber with just a short burst.


HEINKEL He 219 A0 Uhu

The formidable He 219 night fighter featured numerous technical innovations, such as ejector seats. Equipped with advanced radar and powerful weaponry of up to eight 20- or 30-mm cannons, it was extremely fast and was the first plane to be able to outpace the speedy Mosquitos of the RAF. Fortunately for the Allies, it was only ever produced in small numbers.


MESSERSCHMITT Bf 100 D3

The Bf 100 was designed as a long-range fighter equipped with powerful guns so it could operate either as an interceptor or against enemy fighters. A two-seater aircraft with twin engines, it provided a stable platform from which to fire its two cannons and four machine guns, though it was difficult to manoeuvre. The D version had increased range, due to its external fuel tanks.



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A Look Inside Your Magazine

Each issue of WWII German warplanes is packed with information about the world of the Luftwaffe. From dive-bombing attacks, the use of gliders to transport supplies to stranded troops, and details on how the Luftwaffe trained its pilots and developed aircraft. Plus each of the featured models' technical details are beautifully illustrated in the magazine.

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JUNKERS Ju 87 D5 STUKA

'The unmistakable angular lines of the Stuka, one of the Luftwaffe's most successful aircraft'
Discover how the Luftwaffe developed dive-bombing tactics with the two-man dive-bombing Stuka and follow its role as a major element of blitzkrieg raids.

Coming in issue 3

Your Next die cast Model

FOCKE-WULF Fw 190 A6

'The aerial supremacy of the Luftwaffe is undeniable when the Fw 190 takes to the air'
Extremely fast and agile, the Focke-Wulf proved far superior to the Spitfire becoming one of the best fighter planes of WWII.