Dan Sharp studied history at the University of Liverpool before beginning a career in journalism. Having spent several years as the news editor of a regional daily newspaper, he switched to motorcycle magazines. His previously published works on aviation have covered subjects ranging from German Second World War projects to Concorde. He lives in Nottinghamshire with his wife and two children.
"...PACKED with useful information of each variant's development,
including changes small and large. The author has certainly done
his due diligence in researching the topic at hand. This book is a
must have for Luftwaffe modelers or enthusiasts. Highly
"[A] well-written account of the development of the FW-190, with overviews of all the variations, plus the usual short snippets of combats and other operational history."-- "Historical Miniatures Gaming Society"
"...a very nice introductory volume on this staple of the Luftwaffe in the last half of WWII."-- "ModelingMadness.Com"
"Highly Recommended."-- "AMPS Indianapolis"