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the Chinese "reverse engineer" everything - so its hardly surprising that they decided on plagiarism ref books as well - but hope they give some credit to the original author at least
Seems as if someone was quite actively copying my book !

from !!

Should I now be offended, annoyed and angry or should I feel flattered?   ;) ;D

This is a little strange to see this book only appear on the site now but I have had this book for quite a few months now (it would have just been a normal amazon purchase) I can totally vouch for the quality of it. There are a few surprises, I had never heard of the Carma Weejet before seeing it in this book, but the main strength is how comprehensive it is covering the training history and the various competitors at each stage. Inevitably the most recent T-X competition is only briefly covered (7pages) with the T50 rollout pictured. It is a good quality print and for what it is worth I would definitely recommend it.
I was able to flip through the pages of a copy that was given to a contributor.
Interesting, I have it on order with Waterstones.
Thank you for your reply, I am very happy with your book as it is,  just being greedy really!
I know you didnt want to do a book on European  Aerospace Transporters but I think you would be the man for the job.
Bookshelf & Marketplace / Next on this year : 2017 ....
« Last post by airman on January 13, 2017, 06:38:21 am »
Japanese Anti-submarine Aircraft in the Pacific War

by  Ryusuke Ishiguro and Zygmunt Szeremeta

Aircraft mentioned

Aichi E13A Reisu (Jake); * Aichi H9A; * Kawanishi E7K (Alf); * Kawanishi H6K (Mavis/Tillie); * Kawanishi H8K (Emily); * Mitsubishi G3M (Nell); * Mitsubishi G4M (Betty); * Nakajima B5N (Kate); * Nakajima B6N Tenzan (Jill); * Kyushu Q1W Tokai (Lorna); * Q1W1-K Tokai Ren; * Mitsubishi Q2M Taiyo; * Kyushu K11W Shiragiku; * Kyushu Q3W Nankai; * Kayaba Ka-Go; * Kokusai Ki-76 (Stella); * Kobeseiko Te-Go; * Mitsubishi Ki-51 (Sonia); * Nakajima Ki-49 Donryu (Helen); * Tachikawa Ki-36 (Ida); * Tachikawa Ki-54 (Hickory).

On   it said will be released on "29 maggio" or  29  may

Got my own copy on Tuesday, still reading through the book.  Some quite interesting things that Steve managed to get hold off such as the Senior Prom missile pictures, that was a big missile.  B)
Looks like a great book. Flipping through the few digital pages available on their website there appears to be histories, diagrams, pictures of systems, and explanations of the technology. Very comprehensive work. I look forward to seeing the finished product.
Bookshelf & Marketplace / Re: Luftwaffe: Secret Bombers of the Third Reich
« Last post by Geist on January 12, 2017, 04:23:14 am »
Really great work! and as it was previously commented " a most enlightening and enjoyable read with lots of new information..."
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