MILITARY AVIATION OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR: The Aces of the Allies and the Central Powers
Beautifully illustrated volume providing details of every power that took part in military aircraft activity during WWI. A global conflict with 57 nations, only eight had a major air arm to their fighting services. It covers the formation, establishment and wartime exploits of all the major air powers, as well as thumbnail sketches of the aces for each country.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4583639
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