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1-243700 Caliaro, Luigino

AERONAUTICA MACCHI FIGHTERS: C.200 Saetta, C.202 Folgore, C.205 Veltro
Details the three main fighters to serve in World War II produced by the Varese-based Aeronautica Macchi: the C.200 Saetta (Lightning), the C.202 Folgore (Thunderbolt), and the C.205 Veltro (Greyhound). Drawing on company and military archive reports, traces the origins of Aeronautica Macchi before examining the design and development of each type, as well as production, prototypes, and technical aspects of each. Also covered are details of the operational variants and project designs, along with a detailed narrative covering the history of each aircraft in service with the Regia Aeronautica, the Aviazione Nazionale Repubblicana, the Luftwaffe, and Croatian Air Legion. Additionally, post-war service with the Aeronautica Militare and the Royal Egyptian Air Force is explored, as well as camouflage, markings, heraldry and insignia. Contains approximately 650 photos, color artworks, detailed art, and line drawings.1 vol, 224 pgs 2024 US, CLASSIC PUBLICATIONS
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