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Polish Spitfires

Polish Spitfires Book Review

By Michael Benolkin

Date of Review October 2011 Title Polish Spitfires
Author Maciej Goralczyk and Janusz Swiatlon Publisher Kagero
Published 2011 ISBN 978-83-62878-06-2
Format 18 pages, softbound MSRP (USD) $19.95 (approximate)

Review

Kagero is a prolific publisher of great military historical references, especially in World War II military aviation. This latest release is out of the 'mini TOPCOLORS' series with this one being number 27 in the series. These titles contain a number of nicely detailed four-view color profiles of selected subjects that no doubt come from their research of other titles. What's especially nice about these series is that Kagero provides decals for each of the subjects covered in this title in all three 'standard' scales: 1/32, 1/48, and 1/72.

This title covers eight Polish Spitfire examples in service with the RAF. These include:

  • Spitfire Mk.IIa, P8387, 315 Sqn, PK-H, Northolt, 1941
  • Spitfire Mk.I, X4828, 303 Sqn, RF-K, Speke, 1941
  • Spitfire Mk.Vb, AA853, 302 Sqn, WX-C, Croydon, 1942
  • Spitfire Mk.IX, BS456, 306 Sqn, UZ-Z, Northolt, 1942
  • Spitfire Mk.IX, EN179, 316 Sqn, SZ-J, Northolt, 1943
  • Spitfire Mk.IX, MH353, 302 Sqn, WX-K, Northolt, 1943
  • Spitfire LF.IX, TA864, 318 Sqn, LW-L, Risano, 1945
  • Spitfire LF.XVI, TB898, 317 Sqn, JH-L, Ahlhorn, 1945
Reich Reich

The descriptions of each subject is provided in English and Polish and these color profiles are very nicely done. The decals are printed by Cartograf so you know the quality is there as well.

With distinctive subjects each in all three scales, the modeler can have a nicely produced reference AND decals all for about the same price the average decal sheet these days.

My sincere thanks to Kagero for this review sample!

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