Compilation of stories by and about these five flying pioneers re-create the great air battles of World War I.
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The pioneering airmen of World War I were to become the greatest individual heroes in the history of modern war. Enemy or ally, they were accorded the same honors by an admiring world. This unique anthology records the personal experiences of these first airborne fighters.Men like Eddie Rickenbacker, the invicible flying fighter whose stunning record of bagged enemy planes made him ’ America's ace of aces’. General Billy Mitchell, the famous, outspoken airma who was a member of General Pershing's staff during the decisive air battles of 1918 and a major influence in the newly formed Amrican Air Forces. Lieutenant Colonel William A. Bishop, the legendary ’Bishop of the Eagle Eye’ discribe the perilous missions that made them legends in their own time.
Frank C.Platt who is specialized on the First World War, was born in 1932. (Wikipédia).