Model Airplane News (Nov. 1961) "Jungmeister"
Model Airplane News
COMPLETE NATS IN PIX & STORY
DUAL MODEL WAKEDFIELD & UNLIMITED
ALL BALSA FREE FLIGHT
WW-1 WAR BIRDS
Cover Art: (by Jo Kotula)
Bucker Bu 133-C "Jungmeister" was a single-engine, single-seat biplane of wood and tubular steel construction and covered in fabric. It was developed useful to support claims of technological superiority made by the Reich's propaganda machine. In short, it was designed to win. It was Germany's bid to dominate world aerobatics competition. It became the advanced aerobatic trainer for the future fighter pilots of Hitler's Luftwaffe. It was for years considered the finest aerobatic aircraft for training and competition until the advent of higher performance aircraft of the post World War II era. Almost every German pilot who flew against the Allies during World War II earned his wings in a Jungmeister.
Secure binding with clean pages & light cover wear. 64 pages.