We've done it, a debut for the new, or should that be resurgent Luftwaffe SIG. Here are some photographs from the models that were on display over the Saturday and Sunday at SMW in Telford.
With the rather late switchover in administration, the display is somewhat embryonic but I think it bodes well for the future of the SIG in it mission to represent German military aviation in all its various guises.
Thanks to all the SIG members who contributed to the display.
After spending most of my time working on post war 'fighter aircraft' (I'm trying to build one of each type operated) I am trying to get to grips with WWII aviation.
My latest read that is helping get to grips with German aviation in the later war is by Dr Alfred Price and is available for a bargain price, especially as an e-book.
By starting with the late war, I'm probably starting at the most confusing period, but look at the cover picture, who could resist.
The subject is a bit convoluted and 'dry' but this book is a really easy read, thanks to a fantastic author.
The German Military Aviation
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The Luftwaffe SIG Newsletter online edition written by SIG Leader Nathan Robinson.