"Aerial Warfare - An Illustrated History"

"Aerial warfare has developed, within the span of a lifetime, from rudimentary stick and string biplanes and hand-held bombs to the ultra-sophisticated technology of modern warfare, by which a pilot can successfully carry out an attack on a target he never sees. This book brings to life the tension and the drama of aerial combat with its excellent photographs, maps and diagrams illustrating the strategies involved. These are complemented by powerful contributions from leading experts in the field of aviation."

First published in Great Britain by Orbis Publishing Limited, London 1982.

Foreword by General Adolf Galland, Edited by Anthony Robinson.

Comes with Dust Jacket, 384 pages and in good used condition.



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