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Fiat G.59

Fiat G.59

The fifth title of Aviolibri Records. The text is bilingual, Italian and English. After the bitter defeat suffered by Italy in the II post war stage , the engineer Giuseppe Gabrielli has been able to build an authentic jewel of thes ky. Born from the “ribs” of the FIAT G.55, the last Italian fighter of the Second World War, the FIAT G.59 was built in several series , from single-seater to two seater, in order to offer the Aeronautica Militare Italiana one of the finest trainers in our flying history. It is particularly addressed to historical aircfraftsʼ lovers and to modellers. Photos/Illustrations: 6 colour; 147 black and white (including three-views and profiles)

Genre: Other

Subject: Technology / Engineering / Agriculture

Publishing house:

IBN Istituto Bibliografico Napoleone sas

Year of publication: 2011

Published in: Roma

Number of pages: 184

Price: 17.50

ISBN: 9788875650186


Fiat G.59

Nicola Malizia

Nicola Malizia was born on 1930, in Nova Siri. He lived directly the tragic events of the Second World War and at the age of 20 he entered the Aeronautica Militare. He then was assigned to the 51° Stormo C.B. in Treviso, where he remained for twenty years. He retired on 1983 and has been writing books since then.

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