GERMAN BOMBERS OF WORLD WAR TWO, VOLUME TWO

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64 pages - 1969 - Used, good condition
This fine book, which contains photographs and illustrated profiles, tells the history of various German bombers during the Second World War.

Characteristics

Book cover finish
Hardcover ( square back binding )
Condition
Used, good condition
Number of pages
64
Published date
1969
Language English
Collection / Series MEN AND MACHINES
Size
22 x 26 x 1 cm
Author Alfred Price
Editor Hylton Lacy Publishers Ltd

Description

German Bombers, Volume Two, is devoted to the second generation of German bombers : the Dornier Do 17, the Heinkel He 177, the Junkers Ju 188, the Arado Ar 234 and the " Mistletoe " pick - a - back aircraft. Each of the types described in these pages incorporated ingenious design features and, when the sometimes daunting teething troubles had been overcome, was at least as good as its enemy equivalent. None of the types described here can be labelled as " great ", for none of them accomplished great things. But greatness and quality are not necessarily linked, and as the successors of the bombers which were the terror of Europe in the early war years these aircraft have a well - deserved place in aviation history.
À PROPOS DE CET AUTEUR
Alfred Price

Alfred Price FRHistS ( 1936 - January 29th, 2017 ) was a British popular author on aviation and related topics. 


He served as an aircrew officer in the Royal Air Force ( R.A.F. ), where he was a crewman on Vulcan bombers and specialised in electronic warfare and air fighting tactics. In a military flying career spanning 15 years he logged over 4,000 flying hours. 


Alfred Price received his PhD in History from Loughborough University ( Leicestershire, England ). After his retirement from the R.A.F. ( 1974 ), he wrote extensively on aviation and military topics ( over 40 books and 200 magazine articles ). 


Some of his books were as follows : Pictorial History of the Luftwaffe 1933 - 1945 ( 1969 ), Battle of Britain 18th August 1940 : The Hardest Day ( 1979 ), The Last Year of the Luftwaffe, May 1944 to May 1945 ( 1993 ) and Targeting the Reich : Allied Photographic Reconnaissance Over Europe, 1939 - 1945 ( 2003 ). 


Alfred Price was named a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. 


( sources : Wikipedia, ospreypublishing.com )

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