Midland / Ian Allan, 1st Eng., lang., ed., 2006. 175 pp., numerous cold., photo-ills., + line-drawings. D.j., 30 x 21cm. FINE. The wide variety of imaginative designs put forward by the German aviation industry in the dying days of the Third Reich have long held public fascination. Innovative and ground-breaking, though rarely translated into hardware at the time, their influence can be seen in aircraft evolved over the years following the war in the countries which had so assiduously analysed their design and ‘head-hunted’ the people who had dreamt them up. This second volume to the successful Luftwaffe Secret Projects, features many new such aircraft and contains additional coloured illustrations. It covers fighters, night-fighters and attack aircraft, projects and designs produced by manufacturers from Lippisch to Zeppelin and complements the earlier volume which covered the manufacturers Arado to Junkers.