Essential reading for anyone
interested in the history of aviation


The three-engined Ju 52/3m is one of few aircraft that can lay claim to 50 years of active service, with a few still flying, demonstrating not only its longevity, but also the soundness of its design and construction. While fulfilling the Luftwaffe's operational strategies it also served major commercial air routes in many parts of the world and was also adapted for many other missions. Production was re-activated after the war in France and Spain, and a total of almost 5,400 were built. This book will provide the reader with deep insight into the design, construction and operation of aircraft that have contributed greatly to the development of aviation. More than forty years of gathering information and in-depth research will provide the reader with a wealth of data, photographs, and colour drawings of the iconic Ju 52/3m.

NEW BOOK! To be published 2018. More information coming soon.

EAM Books


Essential reading for anyone
interested in the history of aviation


The tremendous success of the F 13 encouraged Junkers to take the next step in the evolution of the all-metal, low-wing, cantilever monoplane. The three-engine nine-passenger G 24 was also produced as a bomber designated K 30 and developed into the larger G 31 passenger transport.
This is the third book of the most notable and widely-used of the all-metal aircraft produced by the Junkers works in Dessau in the inter-war years. The authors have again drawn on official documentation and their own painstaking research over four decades to produce a wealth of facts and figures, stories, photographs and colour drawings that should appeal to all historians and serious enthusiasts alike.

EAM Books


In 1919 a small six-seater aircraft, the Junkers F 13, lifted off from an airfield in Dessau in Germany on its first flight. A few years later, it made commercial sense to develop the F 13 further to meet increasing demands for more power, capacity and range, and this resulted in the W 33 and W 34 successors, expanded with the K 43 military variant and Ju 46 mail planes.
From the mid-1920s into the early 1960s, the W 33/W 34 served in thirty-four countries on all the world's inhabited continents and was used in a multitude of roles. It was a real workhorse, not cheap to buy or fast in the air, but weather-resistant, robust and durable. Our new book is a tribute to this fabulous aircaft.


Review in Aeroplane December 2012:
Junkers F 13 "BOOK OF THE MONTH"
Chapters take us through all F 13 operations - the Arctic, Russia, South America, the Balkans, Eurasia and the Far East etc, listing registrations in use in various theatres. Appendices give a history for most of the 348 aircraft built between 1919 and 1930, Varig being the last operator of the type with a final flight in 1948. There were more than 150 operators in 44 countries and all are listed. […]. This splendid coverage of the F 13 with more than 370 photographs is the result of 40 years of continuous research by the authors, well presented on good paper. […] A magnificent tribute to a true pioneering aircraft.

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Junkers Ju 52/3m
21.6 x 27.9 cm, 420 pages, hard covers. Many photos, drawings, tables, fleet lists. Colour section with profiles and philately appendix

Junkers G 24, K 30 and G 31
21.6 x 27.9 cm, 192 pages, hard covers. Many photos, drawings, tables, extensive production list. Colour section with profiles and philately appendix

Junkers W 33, W 34 and K 43
21.6 x 27.9 cm, 272 pages, hard covers. Many photos, drawings, tables, extensive production list. Colour section with profiles and philately appendix

Junkers F 13
21.6 x 27.9 cm, 288 pages, hard covers. Many photos, tables and extensive production list. Colour section with profiles and philately appendix