When already in 1919, the small but sturdy Junkers F 13 made its first flight, that was the beginning of an era that would culminate with some of the finest aircraft ever built. The Ju W 33, W 34 and K 43 were natural successors to the F 13 and, with more than 2,360 built, they were also a commercial success for Junkers.
Few, if any, have a greater collective in-depth knowledge of the German aircraft industry, Junkers in particular, than the three authors; Lennart Andersson, Günter Endres and Rob Mulder. This book is a must for anyone seriously interested in the developemnt of flying in Europe.
272 pages, text in English