Richthofen: Beyond the Legend of the Red Baron Peter Kilduff

ISBN: 9780471008774

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256 pages


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Richthofen: Beyond the Legend of the Red Baron  by  Peter Kilduff

Richthofen: Beyond the Legend of the Red Baron by Peter Kilduff
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Based upon a wealth of carefully researched and verified documentation from the newly opened archives in East Germany, this riveting book traces the development of German fighter aviation from early single aircraft aerial ambushes to the massedMoreBased upon a wealth of carefully researched and verified documentation from the newly opened archives in East Germany, this riveting book traces the development of German fighter aviation from early single aircraft aerial ambushes to the massed attacks of the Jagdgeschwader I --- the battle force that Richthofen developed into a highly effective air weapon.Examining the most celebrated WWI flying aces role as air fighter, leader and strategist, the author delves deeper than anyone previously to find the truth behind the myths surrounding Richthofen for 70 years.

Features never before published personal writings by the Red Baron, including his own Air Combat Operations Manual, along with observations from his comrades, admirers, and enemies. Includes striking full-color and numerous rare archive photos.



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