Book Review – Lost Wings of World War I, Downed airmen on the Western Front 1914-1918

B1989

There are two very good photo plate sections, complimenting the engaging text. No enthusiast’s library of WWI or aviation histories will be complete without a copy of this book

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NAME: Lost Wings of World War I, Downed airmen on the Western Front 1914-1918
CATEGORY: Book Reviews
DATE: 020814
FILE: R1989
AUTHOR: Martin W Bowman
PUBLISHER: Pen & Sword
BINDING: soft back
PAGES: 236
PRICE: £25.00
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: Great War, WWI, World War One, First World War, Western Front, trenches, trench warfare, communications, technology, air combat, bombing raids, reconnaissance, aerial photography, dog fights, balloons
ISBN: 1-78383-195-2
IMAGE: B1989.jpg
BUYNOW: http://tinyurl.com/lwjkuuz
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DESCRIPTION: In viewing this first great aerial war, the author has been able to capture the human face of great technological development. In the process, he has not confined himself to one side of the the conflict, but has included accounts of Allied and German pilots, together with an account of Edith Cavell, a Britihs nurse who saves hundreds of German and Allied lives before being killed by a German firing squad.

There are two very good photo plate sections, complimenting the engaging text. No enthusiast’s library of WWI or aviation histories will be complete without a copy of this book

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