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Heinkel He 219: An Illustrated History of Germany's Premier Nightfighter (Schiffer Military History) (英語) ハードカバー – 2000/1/1

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The Heinkel He 219 was acknowledged by friend and foe alike as one of the most outstanding night fighters of World War II. In 1942, Heinkel received a contract to develop the twin-engined He 219. Not only was the He 219 very fast, with a maximum speed in excess of 600 km/h, but it also possessed excellent maneuverability, had a well-designed cockpit, and was equipped with airborne radar. The He 219 was the first German production aircraft to have a tricycle undercarriage and ejector seats for both crew members. The author provides many previously unpublished details in describing the development history of the He 219, the technology it employed, its testing, production, and use in combat.


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  • ハードカバー: 160ページ
  • 出版社: Schiffer Publishing (2000/1/1)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0764312294
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764312298
  • 発売日: 2000/1/1
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"Illustrated"の名の通り、写真、図が豊富で、文章を読まなくても堪能できる。機体の全体写真以外にも各部の詳細な写真があり、ポール・E・ガーバーに現存する機体のカラー写真などは、一見の価値あり。また、世界初の射出座席の試験の様子など当時の雰囲気が伝わってきて読み物としても楽しめる。
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Great book to lean about an unusual airplane 2013/12/6
投稿者 T. Boyle - (Amazon.com)
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Interesting book on a plane that's not well written about. The writer is clearly passionate about the subject

Only failing that I can see is that the pictures feel like they are a little washed out, and could be better reproduced.
4 人中、2人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 5.0 A very good book about the He219 2011/10/3
投稿者 David Ordóñez - (Amazon.com)
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This is one of the best, if not the best book about the He-219. A comprensive and detailed description of the aircraft from the begining thru his operational life.
9 人中、6人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 5.0 great book 2009/10/21
投稿者 Mr. A. P. Kypreos - (Amazon.com)
形式: ハードカバー Amazonで購入
this is one to have, anybody who is contemplating building the tamiya HE 219 OLW in 48 scale this is a must to have. great pics and history on a not so and well looked over airsract bravo to schiffer for doing a good job.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Nightfighter Stillborn 2013/8/31
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
形式: ハードカバー
One weakness of fascist states is their incestuous relations with manufacturers. Dangerous designs go into production (He 177 or Fw 200), and innovative are pushed to the sidelines.
In 1940, when Heinkel issued proposals on a multi-use airplane, for recon, bombing and nightfighting- it was going to compete with contracted types. The RLM (Air Ministry), dithered: wanted bombbays, remotely controlled turrets, they worried that the twin tails would vibrate until destruction. In 1941, a slimmer, simple form appeared on drawings, and equipment for prototypes was ordered in 1942. By then, the need was for nightfighters; all they had were Junkers bomber conversions, the slower ME 110, and a few single engine fighters for defense. Ironically, during April attacks on Heinkel factories, British night bombers destroyed HE 219 drawings, just not the prototype. THEN- due to performance problems, the planned Daimler Benz engine was cancelled! Radar antennas slowed the craft. However, it introduced ejection seats, excellent cockpit view and easier-to-land tricycle gear to the nightfighter force.
Skip ahead to June 11, 1943. Night ace Werner Streib and his radar op shot five bombers out of a raid on Dusseldorf. Extraordinary performance! But this demo model malfunctions and crashes on landing! In a sudden hurry, the RLM orders more; Allied bombings interfere with aircraft production. A forced standardization program leaves out the 219. Remaining inventory achieves spotty successes and does not affect war's outcome.
Pages 29-50 are closeups of equipment and test craft; 68 & 73 have 3-views; 115-131 have a mix of equipment detail and aerial paintings.
Appendices include loss list, specs, radar equipment, production, pilot notes.
See: Night Flyer/Mosquito Pathfinder: Night Operations in World War II (Stackpole Military History Series).
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Heinkel 219: Remp. 2012/12/6
投稿者 Col. Msquared - (Amazon.com)
形式: ハードカバー
The story starts with the call by the RLM for an aircraft that could fulfil many different roles (Funny how mahogany bomber pilots are still making the same mistake more than sixty years on! The good oil is,"Do only one thing but do it better than anyone else!) Eventually, most of these roles were dropped, indeed, the whole project was almost dropped as a result of a personality clash within the top brass and the aircraft emerged as a twin-engined night fighter, a role in which it was so sucessful that, had it emerged earlier in WW II, it would have forced the British to change their bombing tactics to counter the threat: it might have been even more of a threat if it had ever got the engines it was designed to use. As it was, by the time it entered service, the Germans were no longer in a position to keep it supplied with the support and spares necessary for the introduction of any new aircraft, so high unservicability rates saved many British bombers. I bought the book to compare the 219 with the P 61, the only other purpose-built night fighter of WW II. It is a very good book, 'though it left me wondering as to at least two things: why did German radar use dipole arrays (antlers) with their high drag, rather than a parabolic aerial behind an aerodynamic radome and was the aircraft fitted with air brakes? The RLM specification called for them, presumably because overshooting your enemy and getting in front of him is just as likely to to be a end-game mistake by night as it is by day but there is no mention of them on production (or even prototype) aircraft.
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