- A superb on-line German mail-order firm http://www.telebuch.de/de-us/index.htm
- "Ten Years Development of the Flying Wing High Speed Fighter"; presented by the Horten Brothers at the Flying Wing Seminar; Bonn, Germany, April 14, 1943; Chance Vought internal document translation, GTR 33.
- "Theories about Tailless Airplanes (Theorein Am Schwanzlosen Flugzeug)"; (I believe this one is by Dr. Alexander Lippisch); USAAF Technical Translation No. 516; Feb. 14, 1946; translated by Arnold Charlins.
- "Japanese Tailless Aircraft and Theoretical Work on Spiral Instability"; by Prof Kimura; USAAF No. F-IR-109-RE; 7 Aug. 1946; translated by J. A. Dillworth.
- "Some Studies on Flying Wings"; by Charles T. Holbrook; Mississippi State College; April 21-22, 1950.
- "Test Flying a Tailless Glider"; by Robert Kronfield; The Aeroplane; April 11, 1947.
- "The Biology of the Flying Saucer: The Story of Low Aspect Ratio Aircraft"; by A. R. Weyl; The Aeroplane; Feb. 13, 1948; Mar 5, 1948, Mar 19 1948, Apr. 2, 1948.
- "Tailless Research with Twin Jets"; anon; The Aeroplane, Jan 16, 1948.
- "Preview of the Future: the Armstrong Whitworth A. W. 52" , Jan 16, 1948.
- "Leading the World: The First Twin Jet Tailless Aircraft"; Dec 20, 1946; Dec 27, 1946.
- "Full Scale Research on a Flying Wing"; by Charles V. Murray; Aircraft Engineering; May 1949.
- "A Tailless Research Aircraft"; by W. J. Cox, J. N. Siddall, and T. E. Stephenson, June 1949.
- "Notes on the Stability and Control of Tailless Airplanes"; R. T. Jones; NACA TN 837; Dec 1941.
- "The Elements of Tailless Airplane Design"; Al Backstrom; Sport Aviation, May 1979.
- "Horton Tailless Aircraft"; by M. A. Biot, J. M. Jayne; Department of Commerce No. 258; (no date, I suspect late 1940s).
- "Effect of Wing Modifications on the Longitudinal Stability of a Tailless All-Wing Airplane Model"; by Charles Secord, Herman Ankerbruck; NACA Wartime Report L5G23, Sept 1945.
- "Determination of Stability and Control Characteristics of a Tailless All-Wing Airplane Model With Sweepback in the Langley Free-Flight Tunnel"; John Campbell, Charles Secord; NACA Wartime Report L5A13, Feb 1945.
- "The Horten Tailless Aircraft"; K. G. Wilkinson; RAE Farnborough Hants; Tech Note Aero 1703; No. F. A. 259/1; Oct 1945.
- "Comparison of the 8-229 and the Go P-60 All-Wing Airplanes (Gegenuberstellung 8-229/ GO P-60)"; by Nauber (USAAF translation by Julius Schumerler), No. 525 F-TS525-RE, 21 Feb 1946.
- "Tentative Description of the Construction of Flying Wing 229 (Vorlaufige Baubeschreibung Des Nurflugel 229)"; by Schmid (USAAF translation by Robert Patek); No. 526 F-TS526-RE, 21 Feb 1946.
- "Nurflügel, the Story of the Horten Flying Wings 1933-1960" , by Dr. Reimar Horten and Peter Selinger. 1985, Herbert Weishaupt Verlag, Postfach 29, A-8047 Graz, Austra. ISBN 3-900310-09-2
- "Winged Wonders, the Story of the Flying Wings" , by E.T. Wooldrige. 1985. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. ISBN 0-87474-967-0
- "Unconventional Aircraft" , by Peter M. Bowers. 1984, TAB Books, Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214. ISBN 0-8306-2384-1
- "The X-Planes" , by Jay Miller. 1988. Aerofax, Inc. P.O. Box 200006, Arlington, Texas 76006. ISBN 0-517-56749-0
- "German Jet Genesis" , by David Masters. 1982. Jane's Publishing Company Limited. 238 City Road, London EC1V 2PU, England. ISBN 0-86720-622-5
- "Jack Northrop and the Flying Wing" by Ted Coleman.
- "The Deltoid Pumpkin Seed" , by John McPhee--it's an account of the development and test flying of the Aereon hybrid lifting body about 25 years ago. Well worth reading if you haven't already.
- "Secret Messerschmitt Projects" by Willy Radinger & Walter Schick published by Schiffer Military History Book
- "Northrop Flying Wings" , by Edward T. Maloney. 1983. World War II Publications, Post Office Drawer 278, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. ISBN 0-915464-00-4
- "Tailess Aircraft in Theory and Practice" , by Karl Nickel and Michael Wohlfahrt. 1994, AIAA ISBN 1-56347-094-2. $79.95 - Check this out, it's in english, translated by Eric M Brown. Dr. Nickel
worked with the Hortens, some of his diagrams are the book "Nurflugel". Call the AIAA at 1-800-682-2422 and order item 94-2(800)
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