This second volume continues on from part one, beginning with the Bf 109F, probably the best version of the fighter, and taking the story to the end of the war and beyond. This time there is a little less history, mostly because the 109 went through so many different versions as the war went on that there is little space for it. However, there are sections on the defences of the reich and the air campaign that was meant to prepare the way for the battle of the Bulge. Another useful book, full of accurate information on the Bf109 in its greatest model (and beyond).
Author: John R. Beaman, Jr.
Publisher: Squadron/Signal Publications Inc.,U.S.
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