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A new line of periodicals for Linden Hill. Fliegerrevue Extra (FRX) is, to all extents and purposes, the German-language analog of International Air Power Review. As with IAPR, FRX is a quarterly journal, profusely illustrated with exclusive photographs and profiles, covering historical and modern aviation; both military and civil. What sets FRX apart is the preponderance of features on subjects close to the bailiwick of Linden Hill! Some of FRX's editorial team clearly have their roots in the old GDR and each issue contains a large proportion of articles related to the GDR, USSR, Russia and related Cold War subjects. All issues listed below are highly recommended.
EACH ISSUE OF FLIEGERREVUE IS PRICED AT US$18.50
Issue 18 features: German-Swedish Secret Projects, 1921-35; Mikulin and the 'Baade' Bomber - the battle of the jet engines; Dragons' Wings', Part 2 - Chinese military aviation; Dornier Do-17 - the true story of the development of the 'flying pencil', based on newly discovered archives; Winter in Bulgaria - a German designer and the birth of Bulgarian aviation.
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We carry current issues and limited back issues stocks of the following excellent Russian aviation and modeling publications:
MIR AVIATSII (MA)
Well illustrated, produced and printed Russian historical and contemporary aviation magazine. All issues feature 1/72 scale plans for at least one aircraft (normally Russian)and numerous 4 color side-view drawings. Text is in Russian although captions for the illustrations and photographs are in English. Many great articles on the 'other side' of the Cold War.
ISSUES OF MIR AVIATSII ARE US$15 EACH.
HSU Ivan Kabakov, USAF and RAF strategic reconnaissance over the USSR in the 1950s, Aviation in Tadjikistan, Gallery: Ka-27PS.
Sb-2s in the Winter War with Finland, Aces Gallery: Dimitriy Kalinin, USAF and RAF strategic reconnaissance over the USSR in the 1950s Part 3, History of the 35th IAP (Part 1), 35th IAP operations in the GDR in the 1960s, Black Sea Fleet Air Arm at 81.
Features: Tupolev's Sb bomber - wartime variants, color gallery; I-16, Foton part 2, History of the 35th IAP 1970 (Yak-28P) to 1992 (MiG-29), Photogallery of aircraft visiting Tajikistan and Uzbekistan in 2002/3, color gallery; MiG-15UTI
AVIATSIYA I VREMYA (AV)
AVIATION AND TIME
Ukrainian counterpart of MA. Again well produced and featuring many color plates (although not as many as MA). Also includes 1/72 scale plans for aircraft featured. Index is in English, after that you're on your own. The AV feature series 'Hot Skies over Afghanistan' is widely acknowledged to contain the best accounts (and photographs) thus far published of this Cold War conflict.
Each issue costs US$15
Il-4 feature, Su-24 operations in Afghanistan, An-2
Very popular and well printed Russian scale modeling magazine. Features both armor and aviation subjects in color with scale plans.
MiG-17PF, IS-4 tank, early Soviet aviation camouflage
Comparison of MiG-3 plans.
Feature on Yak-42 with 1/144 scale plans and profiles
Feature on MiG-1.44 with 1/72 scale plans.
Major illustrated aviation-related articles on the UTI MiG-15 and the Kh-22 cruise missile (part 2 of this article).
Illustrated features on the Kh-20 missile and the Aero L-29 Delfin
Aviation-related features on the Ka-29PS SAR helicopter and the Kh-15 missile
Major build feature on Roden's Felixstowe F.2A kit
Aviation features on Russian MiG-29s in Armenia, Tu-154, Macchi C. 202 and Pe-2
Aviation features on ANT-35 (civilian derivative of the Sb-2), Mi-8 and building the An-8
Aviation features on the R-5SSS, I-15bis and Ka-26
All Individual Issues of M-Hobby are $10
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