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Ali e Colori 4: Aer.Macchi C.202, 1941-1942  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at June 20, 2010
Ali e Colori 4: Aer.Macchi C.202, 1941-1942

P. Waldis, M. De Bortoli, A. Brioschi - Aer.Macchi C.202, 1941-1942
La Bancarella Aeronautica, Torino | 2002 | ISBN: N/A | Italian / English | 33 pages | PDF | 20.6 MB
Ali e Colori 4

One of the best fighter aircraft of WWII, the MC.202 possessed a great rate of climb and straight line speed. The MC.202 was the equivalent of the Spitfire Mk.V and was completely superior to the Kittyhawk and Hurricanes in which it encountered in North Africa and elsewhere. The MC.202 was likely the best fighter in the Axis inventory in 1941-42 and was flown by many Regia Aeronautica aces including Teresio Martinoli and Franco Lucchini.

Fiat G 50 (Ali e Colori №3) (repost)  

Posted by Димарик at Oct. 24, 2015
Fiat G 50  (Ali e Colori №3) (repost)

Fiat G 50 (Ali e Colori №3)
2000 | ISBN: No | Italian / English | 36 Pages | PDF | 21 MB

Aermacchi C.200 (Ali e Colori №2) (repost)  

Posted by Димарик at Oct. 24, 2015
Aermacchi C.200 (Ali e Colori №2) (repost)

Aermacchi C.200 (Ali e Colori №2)
2000 | ISBN: No | Italian / English | 36 Pages | PDF | 22 MB

Fiat CR 42 (Ali e Colori №1) (repost)  

Posted by Димарик at Oct. 24, 2015
Fiat CR 42 (Ali e Colori №1) (repost)

Fiat CR 42 (Ali e Colori №1)
2000 | ISBN: No | Italian / English | 36 Pages | PDF | 17 MB

Aer.Macchi C.202-205 1943-1948 (Ali e Colori №5)  

Posted by Димарик at July 18, 2013
Aer.Macchi C.202-205 1943-1948 (Ali e Colori №5)

Aer.Macchi C.202-205 1943-1948 (Ali e Colori №5)
La Bancarella Aeronautica | 2004 | ISBN: No | Italian / English | 36 Pages | PDF | 16 MB

Aer.Macchi C.202 1941-1942 (Ali e Colori №4)  

Posted by Димарик at July 18, 2013
Aer.Macchi C.202 1941-1942 (Ali e Colori №4)

Aer.Macchi C.202 1941-1942 (Ali e Colori №4)
La Bancarella Aeronautica | 2002 | ISBN: No | Italian / English | 33 Pages | PDF | 23 MB

Ali e Colori 5: Aer.Macchi C.202-205, 1943-1948  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at June 21, 2010
Ali e Colori 5: Aer.Macchi C.202-205, 1943-1948

P. Waldis, M. De Bortoli, A. Brioschi - Aer.Macchi C.202-205, 1943-1948
La Bancarella Aeronautica, Torino | 2004 | ISBN: N/A | Italian / English | 36 pages | PDF | 68.17 MB
Ali e Colori 5

One of the best fighter aircraft of WWII, the MC.202 possessed a great rate of climb and straight line speed. The MC.202 was the equivalent of the Spitfire Mk.V and was completely superior to the Kittyhawk and Hurricanes in which it encountered in North Africa and elsewhere. The MC.202 was likely the best fighter in the Axis inventory in 1941-42 and was flown by many Regia Aeronautica aces including Teresio Martinoli and Franco Lucchini. The MC.205 was the next development aircraft in the series that had begun with the MC.200. The plane retained all the agility of the earlier aircraft but was equipped with a more powerful engine, the DB.605 manufactured under license by FIAT. About 262 aircraft were manufactured.

Ali e Colori 3: Fiat G 50  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at June 19, 2010
Ali e Colori 3: Fiat G 50

P. Waldis, M. De Bortoli, A. Brioschi - Fiat G 50
La Bancarella Aeronautica, Torino | 2000 | ISBN: N/A | Italian / English | 36 pages | PDF | 16.24 MB
Ali e Colori 3

The Fiat G.50 was the first all metal monoplane fighter for the Regia Aeronuatica and was a typical transition aircraft. Its final design reflected the preference of RA pilots for unrestricted view. This requirement brought about the "hump" characteristic to the "Arrow" and to the Macchi C.200. Its service record was good, and the design would eventually lead to the Fiat G.55, one of the best fighters of WWII. In the hands of the Finns, the G.50 sported a 50-1 kill ratio against the Soviets.

Ali e Colori 2: Aermacchi C.200  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at June 18, 2010
Ali e Colori 2: Aermacchi C.200

P. Waldis, M. De Bortoli, A. Brioschi - Aermacchi C.200
La Bancarella Aeronautica, Torino | 2000 | ISBN: N/A | Italian / English | 36 pages | PDF | 19.42 MB
Ali e Colori 2

Undoubtedly the best fighter available in some quantity to the Regia Aeronautica at beginning of the war, the Macchi C.200 was a robust, extremely maneuverable and a reasonably fast monoplane. Designed by ing. Mario Castoldi, the winner of various Schneider Trophy contests, the C.200 was generally liked by its pilots and many Regia Aeronautica pilots would earn ace status flying this plane. The MC.200 would eventually be developed into the potent MC.202.

Ali e Colori 1: Fiat CR.42  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at June 17, 2010
Ali e Colori 1: Fiat CR.42

P. Waldis, M. De Bortoli, A. Brioschi - Fiat CR.42
La Bancarella Aeronautica, Torino | 1999 | ISBN: N/A | Italian / English | 36 pages | PDF | 17.03 MB
Ali e Colori 1

This was the best biplane fighter of World War II. Highly maneuverable and fairly fast, the CR.42 was put into good effect during the early phases of the war. Used by the Regia Aeronautica only briefly as a frontline fighter until the Italian monoplane designs were ready, the CR.42 acquitted itself well and soldiered on through the rest of the war as a ground attack aircraft and night fighter. The CR.42 was also sold in fairly large numbers to Belgium, Hungary and Sweden and was used by the Luftwaffe who resumed production of this aircraft well into 1944. Dual Italian / English text.