Ian Allan, 1st ed., 1971. 128 pp., photo-ills., + ills. D.j., 18 x 23cm. Nr.FINE. Achieving distinction at its start in 1915 by producing the world's first all-metal aircraft, Junkers later became the world's largest aviation company. Virtually every Junkers aircraft, military and airliner, was made of metal throughout, giving them great strength and unusual longevity. An account of the development, features and career of each Junkers aircraft types constructed, with a full specification in all cases, is the focus of this book. A history of the company is also included and a production list setting out the major customers, dates first flown and numbers completed.