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In 1939, the German Air Ministry asked aircraft manufacturers for proposals for an "Amerikabomber," an ultra-long-range, four-engined aircraft capable of attacking the United States from airfields in Germany. Projects were tendered by Junkers, Focke-Wulf, and Messerschmitt. The latter proposed the Me 264 and Messerschmitt’s personal influence was such that he was not only allowed to go ahead with the design, but was also given an immediate order for three aircraft. Using original German documentation and rare photographs, this book details the story of the remarkable Amerikabomber projects. Aircraft types featured in the book include the Me 264, the Ta 400, Fw 238, Ju 390 and the jet-powered Ho XVIII B flying wing. The book also examines the reality behind the myth associated with Germany’s atomic bomb carrier.
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Robert Forsyth has studied the 1939-1945 air war--particularly the history and operations of the Luftwaffe--since his school days. He works full-time in aviation publishing and lives in southern England with his wife.
Eddie J. Creek has for many years produced the most historically accurate line drawings and color artwork published on aviation in the Third Reich. He has been actively collecting documents and photographs relative to the history of the Luftwaffe for over 30 years.
Using original German documentation and rare photographs, this book details the story of the remarkable 'Amerikabomber' projects which were intended to bomb New York and other American cities. The aircraft type featured in the book include in addition to the Me 264 are: the Ta 400, Fw 238, Ju 390 and the jet-powered Ho XVIII B flying wing. The book also studies the reality behind the myth associated with Germany's atomic bomb carrier.
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Book Description Classic Publications, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: BRAND NEW. Seller Inventory # 1903223652_abe_bn