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Wings of War: Airborne Warfare 1918-1945

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This history of air forces worldwide traces the path from their experimental beginnings during the First World War to their decisive role during World War II. It covers every combatant nation and every type of combat plane in encyclopedic detail, including the aircraft itself, weaponry, specialist equipment developed for the transport of troops, and more. A unique survey, ...more
Paperback, 656 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Cassell
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Very in-depth look at airborne warfare between its inception 1918 and its zenith in 1945.
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Peter Harclerode was commissioned into the Irish Guards in 1967, serving in the UK, Middle East and Far East. He has also served in the SAS and the Parachute Regiment.
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