2 edition of flying aces of the world. found in the catalog.
flying aces of the world.
Thomas S. M. Clarke
|LC Classifications||TL539 .C56|
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|LC Control Number||64003668|
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The "Red Baron" is perhaps the most famous flying ace of all time. Richthofen, a pilot for the Imperial German Army Air Service, had more aerial victories in World War I than any other pilot Author: Jay Bennett.
Get this from a library. Flying aces. [John F Wukovits] -- Recounts the lives and aerial achievements of some of the most famous flying aces in World War I, including Manfred von Richthofen, Eddie Rickenbacker, Edward "Mick" Mannock, Albert Ball, Jr., Rene. Flying Aces book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Ace had become a new kind of hero by the time the skies became a primary /5. The following are lists of World War I flying ically, a flying ace was defined as a military aviator credited with shooting down five or more enemy aircraft during aerial combat.
The term was first used by French newspapers, describing Adolphe Pégoud as l'as. Get this from a library. Flying aces of World War I. [Gene Gurney] -- An account of the best of the pilots who won fame in the skies during the first World War: Guynemer, Richthofen, Lufbery, Rickenbacker, and.
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FLYING ACES: February, Feb. by Flying Aces (Arch Octo ), was a South Carolina businessman and an American flying ace of World War I, credited with shooting down 16 enemy aircraft. [Illustrated by Clayton Knight] Published by Fine condition book in Very Good condition dust wrapper with small chips to the corners and spine.
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