This is the fourth volume of a complete history of might-have-been German Air Force aircraft projects from World War Two. The speculation about what the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) might have achieved if World War II had continued into 1946 is a fascinating and rapidly growing field of interest. This book continues some of this intriguing speculation with extensive believable illustrations of German bombers that were proposed but which never flew, from the mid thirties until the end of the War. It looks at a rarely documented aspect of World War Two aviation history. It also includes superb colour artwork and black-and-white scale plans.