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The book, Focke-Wulf Fw 190 - Workhorse Of The Luftwaffe, is ninth in a series of books dedicated to covering famous aircraft currently housed in the National Air And Space Museum in Washington, D.C.. This volume covers the background and history of the German World War II era Fw 190 fighter aircraft in a liberally illustrated format that provides full coverage of its restoration by skilled museum craftsmen. This book also reviews the development and deployment of this famous Luftwaffe fighter aircraft with a special emphasis on its versatility as both a fighter and ground attack weapon. The chapters of this book include: 1) Origin and Development of the Fw 190; 2) Schlachtfliegerei; 3) Flying the Fw 190; 4) The immediate Postwar Era and 5) Restoration. The appendices include the following: 1) Glossary of German Terms; 2) Fw 190 F-8: Specifications And Performance; 3) Restoration Man-Hours; 4) Equivalent Ranks; 5) Ground Attack Radio Technology; 6) Fw 190 Serial Numbers and 7) BMW 801D Engine Analysis. Included in this book are the following: 1) 5 color photographs; 2) 108 black and white photographs and 4 pages of line drawings and camouflage markings. This book is 104 pages and is in very good condition. The author is Jay P. Spenser. Edition published in 1987.