Ian Allan, 1st ed., 1977. 160 pp., numerous photo-ills. D.j., 30 x 22cm. FINE. Of the fighters which saw service in the Luftwaffe during the Second World War, none caused its enemies a nastier shock than did the Focke Wulf 190. When it first became operational, in the autumn of 1941, this aircraft could out-run, out-climb and out-dive the Spitfire V, the best fighter the RAF then had. The fascinating story of this remarkable German aircraft is told here and accompanied by a wealth of photographs.