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Junkers Ju 87 B-1

Luftwaffe Aviation Art - Color profiles by Simon Schatz

Junkers Ju 87 B-1

A5+BB, flown by Stab of I./St.G.1 in Poland, autumn 1939. RLM 70/71/65 camouflage.
The narrow white band around the fuselage was an additional marking for aircraft flown by the Stab. Also unusual is the position of the Geschwaderemblem at the wheel fairing.


Junkers Ju 87 – From Dive Bomber to Tank Buster 1935-1945,
Eddie J. Creek, Ian Allan Publishing, page 111

Additional informations

The profile was published in the book:

Spotlite On: Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

Spotlite On
Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

Simon Schatz
Mushroom Model Publications, ISBN: 978-83-65281-13-5
  meet the Author:      

Simon Schatz

  1978 I was born in Vienna and I am working as technical employee in an architect's office. I am building plastic models since I am 12. It started with a F-16 Fighting Falcon in 1/32, which was followed by a few cars and trucks. A Heinkel He111 H-6 in 1/72 brood my interest for the German Luftwaffe. Since 2001 I am creating color profiles also.

Some of them have been already published in relevant magazines and books. The motto for building models and drawing profiles is the same: Learning by Doing. To practise my passion it is required to collect the necessary documentation, an expensive, but interesting hobby, especially when I can obtain rare second hand aviation antiquars.
  Simon Schatz  
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