Author: Bartlomiej Belcarz, Robert Gretzyngier, Tomasz J. Kopański, Wojtek Matusiak, Marek Rogusz
The Polish Air Force during WWII fought in many fronts, under many different camouflage schemes and with a very large variety of aircraft.
This book covers the Polish Air Force, as an autonomous force in Poland, during 1939, and as an independent Air Force, integrated for operations with the French Air Force (1940) and the RAF mainly for the period 1940-1943.
For each main section –as described above- there is a chapter that describes the general strategic and tactical situation, the overall organization and coordination with French and British Air Forces, plus some high level description of the combat roles.
There is another chapter devoted to the general details of camouflage colors, scheme and markings, and later there are specific chapters for each airframe flown by Polish pilots.
The airframes cover include: PWS-10, PZL.P.7a, PZL.P.11a and 11.c, while an autonomous Air Force, MS.406, Bloch MB 151 and MB 152, Caudron CR.714, Curtiss H-75A, Dewoitine D.520, D.501 and D.510, Koolhoven FK.58, while in France, plus Hawker Hurricane I, II and IV, Spitfire I, II and V, while integrated with the RAF.