Book Reviews

The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 in the Battle for Sicily book has received fantastic comments and reviews from casual readers as well as experienced authors:

“The book arrived safely yesterday and is most impressive! It will prove vastly useful and helpful to me in my ongoing work on the Mediterranean Air War history series.”
Christopher Shores

“Not only am I impressed with the text, but the production of the book is beautiful – the photos, profiles, and maps. The latter are the best I’ve ever seen in a book like this.”
John Beaman

“Holding the book in my hands and leafing through the pages for 30 minutes or so, the impression I have is one of quality and utter professionalism. It is very, very well done indeed. I would have no hesitation in recommending this book to anyone interested in Luftwaffe matters.”
Martin Pegg

“All I can say is that it is an absolute cracker!”
Peter Evans

“I recently received a copy of Morten Jessen’s and Andrew Arthy’s excellent new book ‘Focke-Wulf Fw 190 in the Battle for Sicily’ and wanted to place on record my very high recommendation of this superb and refreshing new work.
It is very clear that the authors have approached their research extremely diligently and it is remarkable that they have unearthed so much, and presented it so well, on such a specialist subject. There is some lovely new photographic material and personal accounts are aplenty. I expect no stone has been left unturned and I very much look forward to the following volumes in the story of the Fw 190 in Italy.”
Robert Forsyth

“It is very well produced, and one recognizes at first glance that it is not just another collection of photographs, but covers the operations in depth and on their strategic background. Very, very well done!”
Kurt Braatz

“I got my copy last week and despite not being able to really dig into it (yet), I can only say that it certainly fulfills the expectations raised by the first book (Fw 190 in North Africa). It is a high-quality book, and that means content-wise and in layout/printing. Quality does cost money and I am prepared to spend money if the return justifies it. Here that is the case. The Courland book is definitely on my “must have” list …”
Christian Schulz

“First class layout, excellent photos never seen before, superb quality in profiles and maps! You cannot lay this book down, before you have come to the last page. In my eyes, this book is the opus magnum of Fw 190 literature! Very highly recommended!”
Karl Nowak

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