The book deals with the course of air combat during the Israeli-Arab wars that had taken place since the Israeli War of Independence in the late 1940s, until fighting against Syrian air force at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries. It describes military operations as well as selected information on the combat aircraft and Polish topics related to the aviation of the Middle East countries.
• 172 pages
• 150 photos
• 30 color profiles
Review “Lots in here to inspire the aircraft modeller.” (Military Model Scene)
“This book will be of great interest to aircraft modelers and aviation historians alike.” (AMPS Indianapolis)
“If you're interested in these conflicts, this is an interesting book on an interesting subject that should give you some hours of entertainment, and remain on hand as a reference for the modeller or historian. Recommended.” (Britmodeller)