Christophe Cony who lives in France is a well-respected World War II aviation historian who has worked on numerous books and magazine articles for the leading French military aviation publisher, Lela Press. He is the co-author of Luftwaffe in Colour Volume 1: The Victory Years 1939-1942. Jean-Louis Roba, who lives in Belgium, is a well-respected World War II aviation historian who has worked on numerous books and magazine articles for the leading French military aviation publisher, Lela Press. He is the co-author of Luftwaffe in Colour Volume 1: The Victory Years 1939-1942.
This is a book to keep close to hand for reference, to dip into constantly. -- Andy Wright Flightpath Magazine In one single book you get valuable content, which might influence your next modelling work. Let's hope that we will see a continuation of this series. -- Viktor Mullin DetailScaleView ...Being in colour, camouflage is seen, as are markings, very useful to the aircraft modeller. From origins, through development of the German air arm, the phoney war, Blitzkrieg, expansion south & east and North Africa; Fighters, bombers, transports, floatplanes, trainers are all covered in this book. An excellent publication that should prove popular with the Luftwaffe enthusiast. -- Paul Middleton Scale Military Modelling International Magazine Highly recommended to Luftwaffe modellers. -- David Parker Air Modeller An amazing collection of brilliant colour photographs - there have been many part works of the second world war in colour, and there is colour footage on some of the archival newsreels, but this is first-class, and quite unexpected. The quality of the photography is quite stunning! -- Paul Norman Books Monthly Recommended reading for February 2017. -- Tim Williamson History of War Magazine ...this is a super collection of images and a real pleasure to see them in colour rather than the more common black and white pictures from the period. -- Robin Buckland Military Model Scene