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FIGHTER PILOT’S HANDBOOK | MAGIC, DEATH AND GLORY IN THE GOLDEN AGE OF FLIGHT

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In the early days of flight, no one imagined the aeroplane as a weapon of war. Inevitably, the First World War proved the catalyst that was to change the face of battle for ever. But at the war’s outbreak, military aircraft, most of which were slow and stable two-seat biplanes, were held to have only one useful function: reconnaissance. It was not long, however, before pilots had the idea of dropping explosives from their cockpits.

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Format

HB

Publisher

Metro Publishing

Size

13.97 x 2.29 x 21.59 cm