Miranda. If given another year of research and manufacturing, Hitler would likely have introduced some of the most bizarre and radical aircraft the world has ever seen. And, indeed, it may be fortunate for the Allies that WWII did not extend beyond 1945, given post-war research on the powerful plans in place for German warplanes. This volume details the many unique and powerful Luftwaffe projects that could potentially have changed the outcome of the war. The construction of some of these designs began in 1945, including the one and only successful test flight, suggesting that the Germans were not far from introducing these aircraft into combat.
See technical drawings and fascinating data from the era's most advanced air force, in addition to an examination of the hypothetical damage that these machines could've inflicted if given the opportunity. 232 pages, 7" x 10", hardcover.