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Great Air Battles World Wars I and II Don Lawson

Great Air Battles World Wars I and II

Don Lawson

Published January 1968
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Hardcover
223 pages
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It is about flyers and their flights and fights. The selections are almost uniformly good reportage, mostly at first-hand: Norman Archibald recalls the cuphoria of taking the controls after long, stubborn training- Beirne Lay flies throughMoreIt is about flyers and their flights and fights. The selections are almost uniformly good reportage, mostly at first-hand: Norman Archibald recalls the cuphoria of taking the controls after long, stubborn training- Beirne Lay flies through unprecedented fighter resistance to bomb Regensburg- others pay tribute to battering Billy Bishop, to loner Raoul Lufbery, the first American ace, to German superpilot Richthofen and the man who finally shot him down.