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Reference Details for The History of Warplanes [sic] Paint and Camouflage 1914-45

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TitleThe History of Warplanes [sic] Paint and Camouflage 1914-45
AuthorsNohara
PublisherGreen Arrow
Year2001
Types CoveredWW1: Albatros D.III, Albatros D.V, BE2C, DH2, Camel (?), Fokker Dr.I, Fokker D.VII, Fokker E.II, Hansa Brandenburg W.29, Junkers J.I, Nieuport 11, Nieuport 24, SE5A; BTW: 2MT5, A1N1, B-10, B-17C, Bloch 143, D.510, DC-2, F2A-2, F4B-4, Ki-1, MS.225C1, P-6, P-12, P-26A, P-35A, P-36A, XP-40; WW2: A-20, A5M4, A6M2, A6M5, Ar 234B-2, B-17C, B-17E, B-17F, B-24H, B-24J, B-25J, B-29, B5M1, Bf 109F-4, Bf 109G-2, Bf 109G-6, Bf 109G-10, Bf 110C, Bf 110D-3, Bf 110E-1, Brewster Model 339D (F2A), CR.42, D3A2, Do 215, E7K1, F4F-4, F4U-1A, F6F-3, Fw 190A-4, G.50, G4M1, He 111H-16, He 111H-8, He 162A-2, He 177A-5, He 219A-7, Hs 123 A, Hurricane I, I-153, I-16 Type 10, I-16 Type 18, Ju 87A , Ju 87B-1, Ju 88A-5, Ju 88A-10, Ju 88D-2, Ju 88G-6, Ki-43-I, Ki-44, Ki-45, La-5F, La-5FN, LaGG-3, MC.202, Me 163B, Me 262A-1a, Meteor I, MiG-3, NIK2-J, P-38D, P-38J, P-39D, P-40E, P-40F, P-51D, P-61B, PB2Y-3, Pe-2, SBD-3, SM.79, Spitfire Vb, Spitfire VII, Spitfire VIII, Spitfire IX, Spitfire XI, Swordfish I, TBD-1, TBF-1, TBM-3D, Tomahawk IIB (Hawk 81-A2, P-40B), Walrus I, Yak-7, Yak-7B, Yak-7D
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Generic Camouflage PatternsBaracuda (p. 109), Do 215 (p. 79), He 111 (p. 76, 81), He 177A (p. 111), Ju87A (p. 74), Ju 88A (p. 77, 81, 111), Hurricane I (p. 83, 84, 86), Hs 12A3 (p. 75), Il-2 (p. 135), Ki-45 (p. 154), LaGG-3 (p. 133), La-5 (p. 134), Lancaster I (p. 151), Martlet [F4F] (p. 108), MC.202 (p. 143), Meteor I (p. 176), Mosquito (p. 86, 89), PB4Y-1 (p. 125), PV-1 (p. 124), Spitfire (p. 86), Swordfish II (p. 169), TBF & TBM (p. 124), Walrus (p. 87)
Generic Markings PatternsBf 109F & Bf 109G (p. 96, 97), Camel [?] (p. 23), F3F-1 (p. 68-70), Hurricane I (p. 83, 84), Martlet [F4F] (p. 108), Meteor I (p. 176), Mosquito (p. 89), P-47D (p. 167), P-51B & P-51D (p. 167), Swordfish II (p. 169)
Specific Markings ProfilesWWI: Albatros D.III (p. 13, 60), Albatros D.V (p. 50), BE2C (p. 10), Camel [?] (p. 22, 23, 56), DH2 (p. 10, 56), Fokker Dr.I (p. 14, 51), Fokker D.VII (p. 15, 51), Fokker E.II (p. 11), Hansa Brandenburg W.29 (p. 18, 53), Junkers J.I (p. 19), Nieuport 11 (p. 9), Nieuport 24 (p. 58), SE5A (p. 24, 57), SPAD XIII (p. 26, 27, 58, 59); BTW: 2MT5 (p. 37), A1N1 (p. 36), Bloch 143 (p. 39), D.510, F2A-2 (p. 48), F4B-4 (p. 43), Ki-1 (p. 35), MS.225C1 (p. 38), P-26A (p. 41), P-35A[?] (p. 47), P-36A (p. 44); WW2: A5M4 (p. 72), A6M2 (p. 112), A6M5 (p. 129), Ar 234B-2 (p. 175), B-17C (p. 91), B-17E (p. 92), B-17F (p. 161, 184, 185), B-24H (p. 162), B-24J (p. 163), B-25J (p. 160), B-29 (p. 164), Bf 109F-4 (p. 99, 178), Meteor I (p. 176), Bf 109G-2 (p. 97), Bf 109G-6 (p. 179), Bf 109G-10 (p. 171), Bf 110C (p. 147), Bf 110D-3 (p. 148), Bf 110E-1 (p. 100), Brewster Model 339D [F2A] (p. 140), B5M1 (p. 113), CR.42 (p. 142), D3A2 (p. 113), E7K1 (p. 72), F4F-4 (p. 119), Fw 190A-4 (p. 138), G4M1 (p. 115, 197), G.50 (p. 142), He 111H-8 (p. 146), He 111H-16 (p. 139), He 162A-2 (p. 175), He 219A-7 (p. 148), Hurricane I (p. 102, 150), I-16 Type 10 (p. 199), I-16 Type 18 (p. 132), I-153 (p. 141, 198), Ju 87B-1 (p. 177), Ju 88A-5 (p. 146), Ju 88A-10 (p. 101), Ju 88D-2 (p. 100), Ju 88G-6 (p. 149), Ki-43-I (p. 116), Ki-44 (p. 131), Ki-45 (p. 154), LaGG-3 (p. 133, 137, 199), La-5F (p. 134), La-5FN (p. 199), MC.202 (p. 143, 144), Me 163B (p. 175), Me 262A-1a (p. 175, 179), MiG-3 (p. 137), NIK2-J (p. 197), P-38D (p. 91), P-38J (p. 160), P-39D (p. 91), P-40E (p. 158), P-40F (p. 104), P-51D (p. 190, 191), P-61B (p. 153, 188), Pe-2 (p. 137), SBD-3 (p. 118, 120), SM.79 (p. 145), Spitfire Vb (p. 103), Spitfire VII (p. 171), Spitfire VIII (p. 170), Spitfire IX (p. 168), Spitfire XI (p. 168), Swordfish I (p. 107), TBD-1 (p. 119, 121), TBF-1 (p. 119), TBM-3D (p. 152), Tomahawk IIB [Hawk 81-A2, P-40B] (p. 158), Walrus I (p. 108), Yak-7 (p. 198), Yak-7B (p. 137), Yak-7D (p. 198)
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