Junkers W 33, W 34 and K 43 – Workhorse in Peace and War

Authors: Lennart Andersson, Günter Endres and Rob J.M. Mulder

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Book Details


Günter Endres, Lennart Andersson & Rob J.M. Mulder


272 pages, 270 b/w photos, five pages with drawings, many tables and full production list, colour section with profiles and philately appendix.


216 x 279mm (letter format), hard cover.




EAM Books


Kr. 200, but now at the special price of Kr. 100

About The Author

Günter Endres

Günter Endres

Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, many published books and articles on civil aviation, editor for Flight World Airline Directory and for Jane’s IDEX, DSEi, Eurosatory and SOFEX show daily magazines, desk editor for Aviation International News magazines at air shows. Contributor to leading aviation magazines Awards: Aerospace Journalist of the Year 2000 and 2006.

He has written numerous books, among them books about the Junkers F 13, W33/W34, and G24/G31 together with Rob J. M. Mulder and Lennart Andersson.

Lennart Andersson

Lennart Andersson

Several published books and many articles on civil and military aviation history Distinctions, grants and awards: Svensk Flyghistorisk Förening (six times), Best Swedish aviation book (four times), Kungl Vetenskapsakademien och Ingenjörsvetenskapsakademien, Kungl Svenska Aeroklubben, Sveriges Författarfond, Författarnas fotokopieringsfond, and from a number of other organisations.

He has written numerous books, among them books about the Junkers F 13, W33/W34, and G24/G31 together with Rob J. M. Mulder and Lennart Andersson.

Rob J M Mulder

Rob J M Mulder

The aviation historian Rob J. M. Mulder (1958) has written and published numerous books about Norwegian and international aviation history. Four of his books ("Junkers for Scandinavia", "Fornebu Lufthavn - en lufthavn blir til", "The Beginnings of Norway's Airlines, Part 1: 1918-1922" and "Beauty of the Skies - The de Havilland DH91 Albatross") have been awarded "Best Norwegian Aviation Book of the Year", and he has also been awarded the title "Aviation Enthusiast 2013". He runs several websites and has written many articles for Norwegian and international aviation magazines.

Junkers W 33, W 34 and K 43 – Workhorse in Peace and War

When in 1919, less than a year after the devastation of the First World War, the small six-seat Junkers F 13 made its first flight at Dessau in Germany, few would have predicted that it would soon be serving air routes in most parts of the world. As air transport grew, more power, capacity and range was demanded , and this inevitably led to the development of the F 13 into the W 33/W 34, further expanded with the production of the K 43 military variant, as war clouds once again descended on Europe. A total of more than 2,360 aircraft were produced, many as training aircraft for the Luftwaffe, which demonstrates their unexpected success.

Having produced a book that comprehensively describes the F 13, this follow-on work of its successor continues the authors’ more than forty years’ fascination with Junkers and represents a natural progression. However, destruction of many records and documents during the war years has made the task of reconstructing the aircraft’s history much more difficult, but the wealth of information, photographs, colour drawings, facts and figures, and production list will take the reader on a great journey through aviation history.