The second in our Wings of the Black Cross Special series, this one on the Junkers Ju 87 Stuka.
The Ju 87 Stuka saw operations in all theatres, both day and night. Each role is examined in great detail using photos extracted from the author, Mark Proulx’s private collection. Most are presented here in print for the first time.
Eagle Editions is pleased to announce the second book in their new Wings of the Black Cross Special series. Special Number Two explores the history of Germany’s iconic WWII dive bomber, the Junkers Ju 87 Stuka.
The Special series adopts a different approach than that of the popular Wings of the Black Cross (WOTBC) series, though the book similar in format. These new Special titles focus on specific aircraft in the Luftwaffe inventory, unlike the broader spectrum of aircraft in the standard WOTBC series. The reader is also provided with increased photo coverage, page count, expanded text and color profile content.
The soft cover book is 48 pages in length, printed in 8.5″ X 11″ format. The Ju 87 Stuka saw operations in all theaters, both day and night. Each role is examined in great detail using photos extracted from the authors private collection. Most are seen here in print for the first time. To fill in any minor gaps, photos from select contributors are also included. Expanded text investigates its operational roles, camouflage and markings. In all, 67 photos grace the contents of the book, each with detailed captions
About the Author:
Mark Proulx has enthusiastically studied World War II history for decades. During that time, his primary focus has been on the air battles over Europe. He has written a number of books for the Wings of the Black Cross series.
Earlier on, that interest drove him to an airline career, where he now works as a training captain for one of North Americas larger regional airlines. Mark currently lives in Alberta, Canada where he is married with one daughter.
Aviation has always fascinated author Mark Proulx. He has enthusiastically studied World War II history for decades with a primary focus on the air battles over Europe. Because of his intense interest, he has built an extensive library including reference works and original period photos that he draws upon to write books which have included several in the series of Wings of the Black Cross. In addition, his research has also been directed toward a number of EagleCals produced by Eagle Editions.
With his early interest in airplanes, he was naturally driven into an airline career where he now works as a training captain for one of North America’s larger regional airlines. He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Canada.