No. 19 - Jagdgeschwader Nr II : Geschwader " Berthold "

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Published by Osprey Publishing Ltd., this magnificent book - which contains many photographs and colour profiles as well - is about the Jagdgeschwader Nr II, a German Fighter Group in 1918.

Characteristic

Book cover finish Offset varnish, Perfect paperback
Condition New
Number of pages 128
Published date 2006
Languages English
Collection / Series Aviation Elite Units
Size 19 x 25 x 1 cm
Author Greg VanWyngarden
Editor Osprey Publishing Ltd.

Description

Inspired by the success of Richthofen's JG I, the German High Command formed Jagdgeschwader II in preparation for the approaching March 1918 offensive.

 

( … ) The Geschwader really hit its stride under its second commander, Rudolf Berthold - the dedicated and often - wounded " Iron Knight ". After struggling with inadequate supplies of aircraft and matériel, the veteran pilots of the Geschwader would go on to enjoy incredible successes against French and American opponents in September 1918. This volume reveals the esprit de corps the German airmen displayed in their struggles against superior numbers up to the war's final grim days.

À PROPOS DE CET AUTEUR
Greg VanWyngarden

Greg VanWyngarden is a history teacher living in Saint Charles ( Iowa, United States ). He has had a lifelong interest in First World War aviation and has been particularly active in researching the colours and markings of German fighter aircraft. 


Greg VanWyngarden has served on the Board of Directors of the League of World War 1 Aviation Historians and has been both Art Director and Issue Editor for that society's journal Over the Front. He is a longtime member of Cross & Cockade International, and has authored many articles in specialist publications and contributed to several monographs dealing with his favourite subject. 


He has written many books for Osprey and has co - authored three previous titles with Norman Franks : Fokker Dr I Aces of World War 1 and Fokker D VII Aces of World War 1 ( Volume 1 and Volume 2 ). He was the sole author of : " Richthofen's Circus " ( Aviation Elite Units No. 16 ), Jagdstaffel 2 " Boelcke " - Richthofen's Mentor ( Aviation Elite Units 26 ), Jasta 18 The Red Noses ( Aviation Elite Units 40 ), Pfalz Scout Aces of World War 1, Early German Aces of World War 1 and Albatros Aces of World War I ( Part 2 ). 


( source : www.amazon.fr )

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