Modelling the Messerschmitt Me 262

Modelling the Messerschmitt Me 262

Osprey Modelling 12
  • Author: Brett Green, Robert Oehler
  • Short code: MOD 12
  • Publication Date: 28 Feb 2006
  • Number of Pages: 80
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Developed from a 1938 design by Messerschmitt the Me 262 Schwalbe (Swallow) was the world's first operational turbojet aircraft. First seeing combat in July 1944, it proved to be particularly effective against the large Allied bomber formations that were operating over Germany late in the war and more than 1,400 were produced, though less than 300 saw combat. This book showcases six different builds of the Me 262 across the scales from 1/72 to 1/32, across a range of skill levels. It also includes a comprehensive list of all the available kits and aftermarket products.

Biographical Note

Robert Oehler is the former Marketing Manager at Tamiya America, Inc., and was regularly involved in the research that served as the basis for Tamiya military models (including the Tamiya Me-262 kits). He has regularly contributed product reviews, demonstration articles and historical interest features to magazines throughout the world. He is currently the USA Consulting Editor for Tamiya Model Magazine International as well as the Osprey Modeling series. This is his second title for Osprey publishing. He lives in California, USA. Brett Green is the editor of HyperScale (www.HyperScale.com), an online model magazine established in 1998, and a highly respected aviation modeller. For Osprey Publishing he has written Modelling 2: Modelling the Messerschmitt Bf 110 and has co-written World War 2 US Army Fighter Modeling in the Masterclass series. Brett lives in Sydney, Australia.

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