Flying Aces of World War I

Flying Aces of World War I

World Landmark #60
by Gene Gurney
Publisher: Random House
Item: 41247
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Brave pilots fight air duels in the skies over Europe.

In their open cockpit planes the Flying Aces of England, France, the United States and Belgium engage in mortal combat against Manfred von Richthofen, Germany's famous "Red Baron", and his squadron of fighter planes.

These exploits of the great Flying Aces of World War I will live as long as stories of high courage are told.

Description taken from the 1965 Scholastic reprint.

All photographs in this book are from the United States Air Force with the exception of a few that are noted in the book.

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