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  1. Hello everybody... Some of you know I've gone a bit Daffy lately, and started a long term project. Im building all of the major variants of one my favorite pilots Josef "Pip's" Priller. I have started with his first mount with JG-26 the Bf109-E7, white "8". It represents a time frame sometime in the late spring of 1941. For this build i used the newer Airfix 109E4 kit in 1/72. I modified it by giving it a full spinner, and used a spare drop tank mount & Eduard tank from a BF-110D kit. The antenna snapped when removing it from the sprue do that is just a piece of plastic strip cut to length. Questions, comments, or thoughts are welcome ? My next Priller build will be his Fw.190A3, so if you're curious please check in on the link from time to time. Dennis
  2. Does anyone know if there are any biographies on Josef Priller ? If not whats the best squadron history for both JG51 and JG26 in the Battle of Britain. Also looking for info regarding JG26's defense of the west time frame. Im looking to build all of Priller's aircraft ? Im thinking any books on JG26 would cover Priller ? Im also set for his Bf-109E1/3/7 markings and photos. Now with his Bf-109F white 1, Ive not seen much on it. However i have a few b&w photo's of it. Just not sure if it was an F2 or F4 I've seen both credited to him ? Any thoughts on this ? Any Information on his Fw-190D9 Black 14 ? So far all i have seen is a profile of this ? The rest of his FW190's the A-2/3/5/8 I have plenty of actual photo's but the D9 is lacking in photo evidence. Im also quite skeptical that at that late stage of the war he would have changed from Black 13 to 14 ? Again any info or thoughts are welcome. Dennis
  3. This is a placeholder for a project I'm hoping to get round to soon. Back in 1971 the 9-year-old me was captivated by the appearance in Woolworths of an exciting new box: The image of the 2 aircraft roaring across their grass airfield in Northern France was exactly what we had seen just a few months before with the release of the Battle of Britain film, and of course in those days we all knew that BoB-era 109s were 2-tone green and light blue with the high demarcation and no mottle spoiling the purity. Revell thought so too: https://www.scalemates.com/products/img/6/6/2/258662-13150-54-pristine.jpg That Airfix box art has long been one of my favourites but apparently the company didn't think so, as within a remarkably short space of time they had replaced it with this: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/59/85/e0/5985e06701418d6f5676496e32768570.jpg I'm sure they had their reasons but it seemed like a backwards step to me, then and since. I've never built the big Airfix kit but I have done quite a few 109Es in 1/48th, and I have a couple of Eduard overtrees in the stash. Appropriate markings for a pristine JG26 aircraft shouldn't be too hard to find. More shortly. John
  4. Another one for Malta battle, well know ace Münchenberg of JG26 that was engaged in the Malta battle for a short period. Build a lot of these ICM kit that are copies of the Tamiya kit, so no need for drawing cheers Jes
  5. 1/72 Focke Wulf Fw-190 A8 Oberstleutnant Josef Priller Stab/JG26, France 1944 Kit: Airfix Decals: Sky Models Italy Photo Etch: Airwaves Colours: Gunze/Mr Hobby Acrylics Thanks for your interest! With Kind regards from Vienna, Austria Roman Schilhart
  6. Dear Britmodellers, Kagero Publishing is proud to announce five new titles. The following publications will be available after 16th September: UNITS 06 JG 26 Jagdgeschwader "Schlageter" Marek J. Murawski The sixth title in the series is devoted to the history of JG 26 "Schlageter". The 28 page book with English text contains a chronological overview of the unit’s activities, which is supplemented with 41 photos and colour profiles of 4 aircraft. The book also includes a decal sheet printed by Cartograf, which contains 1:72, 1:48 and 1:32 individual markings of the following planes: - Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-1; W.Nr. 3413, 'Black 5', flown by Lt. Hans Krug of 5./JG 26, Chievres airfield, France, early June 1940, - Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-2; W.Nr. 0125 304, flown by Hptm. Johannes Seifert, Kommandeur of I./JG 26, St. Omer-Arques airfield, France, late May 1942, - Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-6; flown by Hptm. Klaus Mietusch, Kommandeur of III./JG 26, Nordholz airfield, Germany, late July 1943, - Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-8; W.Nr. 170 661, 'Brown 13', flown by Lt. Gerhard Vogt, Kapitän of 7./JG 26, France, June 1944. Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://shop.kagero.pl/en/jg-26-jagdeschwader-schlagater.html RED SERIES 03 Mustangs over Europe Part 1 Nos. 303 & 309 Squadrons Maciej Góralczyk, Janusz Światłoń The Red Series is back with another issue devoted to the P-51 Mustang. This time the authors focused on the planes used in Europe, choosing the following schemes: - Mustang III FZ111, coded WC-V, usually flown by F/L Mieczysław Gorzula; No. 309 (Polish) Squadron, No. 133 (Polish) Wing, based at RAF Andrews Field, UK, May 1945, - Mustang IV KH663, coded PD-L, usually flown by W/O Leszek Bisanz; No. 303 (Polish) Squadron, 3rd Polish Fighter Wing, based at RAF Hethel, UK, 1946, - Mustang IVA KM112, coded PD-D, assigned to S/L Witold Łokuciewski; No. 303 (Polish) Squadron, 3rd Polish Fighter Wing, based at RAF Hethel, UK, 1946. All planes are presented and described in a 12 page, full-colour guidebook, which also includes five archive photos. One of the aircraft carries attractive nose art applied by the crew. The decals were printed by Cartograf. They include individual and national markings for all three schemes. The publication is available with 1/32 or 1/48 decals. Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://shop.kagero.pl/en/1-32-mustangs-over-europe-part-1-nos-303-309-squadrons.html http://shop.kagero.pl/en/1-48-mustangs-over-europe-part-1-nos-303-309-squadrons.html TOPDRAWINGS 16 Junkers Ju 88 bomber variants Maciej Noszczak The sixteenth issue of the Topdrawings series is dedicated to the bomber variants of the Junkers Ju 88. It contains scale drawings of the most important subvariants of the A-variant. Also included are colour profiles of 4 aircraft: - Junkers Ju 88 A-1; W.Nr. 7036, coded '9K+HL' of 3./KG 51, Bexhill, Sussex, UK, 28th July 1940, - Junkers Ju 88 A-11 (A-4 trop); coded 'L1+OK' of 2./LG 1, North Africa, 1942, - Junkers Ju 88 A-4; coded '(3Z)+KS' of 8./KG 77, MTO, 1943, - Junkers Ju 88 A-5; coded 'B3+EX' of 10.(Erg.)/KG 54, MTO, 1943. Their individual markings in 1:32, 1:48 and 1:72 scales, as well as the swastikas, are present on the decal sheet printed by Cartograf, which is also attached to the booklet. Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://shop.kagero.pl/en/junkers-ju-88-bomber-variants.html TOPDRAWINGS 17 The Battleship HMS King George V Witold Koszela At the beginning of the 1930s Britain was obliged not to build new battleships due to signed naval treaties. Standard displacement for any new battleship was limited to 35,000 tons with the caliber of main armament not exceeding 406 millimetres. Britain was trying to impose the next treaty decreasing guns caliber even further to 356 mm. Five King George V-class battleships eventually were armed with guns of such caliber. Standard displacement limits compelled placing main guns in three separate turrets with two of them carrying four cannons each. King George V-class entered service in 1940. Out of the five battleships of this class ever built one was sunk (HMS Prince of Wales) while the other four survived the war and were scrapped in the 1950s. This book by Witold Koszela starts with the set of perfectly made detailed line drawings/scale plans of all King George V-class vessels. A4 size, scale drawings, colour profiles, double A2 sheet with colour scheme, double B2 sheet with colour scheme. Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://shop.kagero.pl/en/17-king-george-v.html SUPER DRAWINGS IN 3D 23 The Battlecruiser HMS Hood Stefan Dramiński The text part of this book describes history of the ship's construction and service. This is accompanied by more than 100 color illustrations showing HMS Hood's appearance in her final configuration, during battle of the Denmark Strait, 24 May 1941. Elements that are shown in detail include superstructures, armament, boats, equipments, rig, etc. Blueprints in 1:350, 1:200, 1:100 and 1:50 scales (general views and details) are included on a separate sheet. The publication is a great reference for building a detailed model of HMS Hood. A4 size, 74 pages, 134 renders, 1 double A1 sheet with scale drawings (675×480 mm). Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop: http://shop.kagero.pl/en/the-battlecruiser-hms-hood.html All books will soon be available from our distributors Casemate Publishing and MMD Squadron as well as from other retailers around the world. Our full offer may be browsed on our site http://books.kagero.pl (login: books, password: kagero).
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