Axis Aircraft in Latin America by Santiago Rivas
|Title||Axis Aircraft in Latin America|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
Following World War I, and aided by German and Italian immigrants, the aviation industry of Latin America developed their first airlines. Commercial aviation was greatly influenced by the German aviation industry while the military focused on Italian aircraft. Famous types including the Junkers F13, Ju52/3m, Fiat CR.20, Dornier Wal, Focke Wulf Fw58 Weihe, and the only Japanese type, the Mitsubishi Betty are all featured and comprise a detailed history for enthusiasts and modelers alike.