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|[an error occurred while processing this directive]|Author: HAMMEL, ERIC. Title: Aces Against Germany: The American Aces Speak. Volume Ii.
Description: Pacifica Military History, Pacifica, California, 1993.. 323 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0935553452 B&w photographs, maps. "(The author) brings fresh first-person accounts from thirty-nine U.S. Army Air Corps fighter aces who blasted their way across the skies of North Afr ica, the Mediterranean, and northern and southern Europe in the great crusade against Hitler's vaunted Luftwaffe and the other Axis air forces. Coupled with a clear, concise historical overview of America's brilliant air war against the Axis i n E u r ope and North Africa, Hammel's detailed interviews bring out the most thrilling in-the-cockpit experiences of some of our country's best pilots. Climb aboard a P-38 Lightning as Maj. Bill Leverette fights America's highest-scoring single p er s on al a ir battle against the Luftwaffe. And get into the cockpit of a P-47 Thunderbolt as 15-victory ace Capt. Don Bryan scores his dream kill by outwitting the pilot of a far speedier German jet in the closing days of the war in Europe." Du st ja cke t h as very light wrinkling along top edge, minor rubbing. Fine/Very Good+.
Keywords: World War Ii, El Daba, Egypt, Bizerte, Tunisia, Gabes, Usaaf, Winterswijk, Holland, Borkum Island, Germany, Sardinia, Salerno, Italy, Dodecanese, Udine, Osnabruck, Lippstadt, Mannheim, Berlin, St Nazaire, Lingen, Gifhorn, Luxembourg, Brunswick, Fala
Price: US$ 15.00 Seller: Capricorn Books
- Book number: 24581
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