MARKED FOR DEATH: The First War in the Air
A dramatic and fascinating account of aerial combat during WWI, revealing the terrible risks taken by the men who fought and died in the world's first war in the air. By 1918 it was widely accepted that domination of the air above the battlefield was crucial to military success, a realization that would change the nature of warfare forever. 16 pages of photos, some in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 6887708
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