Introduction /Origins /Prototype Design and Development /Flight-testing and Development /Trial Deployment /Conclusion and Legacy /Further reading /Index
A detailed study into the Do 335 - the most radical and advanced piston-engined fighter of World War II. It will appeal to World War II aviation enthusiasts, especially the 'Luft 46' subculture - fans of the Luftwaffe's hi-tech prototypes of the late war.
Robert Forsyth is an author, editor and publisher, specialising in military aviation and military history. Born in Berkshire, England, he is the author of several books on the aircraft and units of the Luftwaffe, an interest he has held since boyhood. His articles have appeared in The Aviation Historian, Aeroplane Monthly, Aviation News and FlyPast and he is a member of the Editorial Board of The Aviation Historian. He lives in East Sussex, UK.
"The allure of the Do 335 is still strong. Dornier Do 335 is another remarkable title from Osprey. It features text full of technical and operational detail. First-person and other accounts enrich the text. An amazing gallery of photos, graphics, and artwork support the text." - KitMaker Network