09 - Luftwaffe Fighters 1945 (decals)

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Topcolors 09 Luftwaffe Fighters 1945 – Marek J. Murawski, Arkadiusz Wróbel – ISBN 978-83-61220-21-3

A big decal sheet with 1:72, 1:48 and 1:32 individual markings for 15 various Luftwaffe fighters. Each painting scheme is depicted on beautifully drawn 4-view colour profiles and described in the 36 page guidebook with English and Polish text. The selection contains the following aircraft:
- Fw 190 A-8; ‘White 9’, flown by Uffz. Martin Ullmann of 9./JG 5, Herdla, Norway, March 1945,
- Fw 190 A-8; W.Nr. 961076, ‘Black 10’, flown by Ogefr. Aksel-Meinhard Kessler of 6.(Sturm)/JG 4, Glücksburg, 19 April 1945,
- Fw 190 A-9; ‘Yellow 1’ of II./JG 11, Kastrup-Copenhagen, Denmark, April 1945,
- Fw 190 D-9; W.Nr. 500698, ‘Brown 18’, flown by Lt. Gottfried Dietze of 7./JG 26, Schleswig-Land, May 1945,
- Fw 190 D-9; W.Nr. 500636, ‘White 16’ of I./JG 2, Bayreuth-Bindlach, May 1945,
- Ta 152 H-1; ‘Yellow 1’, flown by Ofw. Willi Reschke of 7./JG 301, Alteno, February 1945,
- Bf 109 G-10/U4; ‘Yellow 5’, flown by Lt. Hans Mikoleit of 6./JG 51, Veszprem, Hungary, January 1945,
- Bf 109 G-14/AS; ‘Yellow 6’, flown by Oblt. Walter Wolfrum of 11./JG 52, Deutsch Brod, Czechoslovakia, 7 May 1945,
- Bf 109 K-4; ‘White 12’ of 9./JG 3, Pasewalk, March 1945,
- Bf 109 K-4; W.Nr. 334176, ‘Yellow 1’, flown by Uffz. Martin Deskau of 11./JG 3, Pasewalk, April 1945,
- Bf 109 K-4; ‘White 5’ of I./NJG 11, Leck, May 1945,
- Bf 109 K-4; ‘Double Chevron’, flown by Hptm. Adolf Borchers, Gruppenkommandeur of III./JG 52, Deutsch Brod, Czechoslovakia, May 1945,
- Me 262 A-1a; W.Nr. 111918, ‘Black Chevron’, flown by Oblt. Günther Wegmann, Gruppenadjutant of III./JG 7, Parchim, late March 1945,
- Me 262 A-1a; coded ‘B3+BC’, flown by Ofw. Friedrich Gentsch of 7./KG(J) 54, Neuburg an der Donau, March 1945,
- Me 262 A-1a; W.Nr. 501232, ‘Yellow 5’of 9./KG(J) 6, Neuburg an der Donau, April 1945.