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X PLANES OF THE THIRD REICH SERIES_x000D_An Illustrated Series on Germany's Experimental Aircraft_x000D_of World War II_x000D__x000D_Powered by a single HeS 001A turbojet engine, Woldemer Voigt, who had artfully crafted the Me 262, ran out of time before he could make the 1101's design "jell" as he struggled to produce the world's first variable wing sweep, ultra light weight interceptor, and armed with Germany's state-of-the art wing-mounted air-to-air guided missiles. Post-war, Bell Aircraft sought to carry on Voigt's planning and resolved to make the complicated mathematics of light weight, variable wing sweep and wing-mounted weapons come together in a single aircraft design. The result was the Bell X-5, and it too, was disappointing. This photographic history of the Me P.1101 by David Myhra features mostly previously unpublished photos, three-view line drawings, and stunningly realistic photos of a 1101 scale model. AUTHOR:
Series: X Planes of the Third Reich
Number Of Pages: 64
Published: 1st June 1999
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 27.9 x 0.8
Weight (kg): 0.36