Knights of the air

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Time-Life Books, Feb 1, 1980 - History - 192 pages
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Chronicles the dangerous escapades, feats of courage, and miraculous escapes of Mannock, von Richthofen, Guynemer, Rickenbacker, and other World War I flying aces and examines the new kind of war that they fought

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Review: Knights of the Air (The Epic of Flight)

User Review  - B Rhys - Goodreads

This was more fun to read than anything else. Filled with tons of pictures and art from WWI. It gives great insight in a small amount of words. Great for a fast resource as well. Read full review


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