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.

NEW BOOK! To be published on 1 December 2016

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 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