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WHITE EAGLES -The Aircraft, Men and Operations of the Polish Air Force 1918-1939

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In this book, the authors describe in detail, squadron by squadron, how well-trained but isolated Polish pilots fought against their Nazi and Soviet invaders. Despite outdated tactics and aging equipment, they proved to be the bravest [...]

Characteristics

Book cover finish Hardcover ( square back binding )
Condition Used very good
Number of pages 304
Published date 2001
Language English
Size 21.59 x 29.84 x 2.54 cm
Author Bartlomiej Belcarz, Robert Peczkoswki
Editor Hikoki Publications Ltd

Description

Strictly speaking there was no Polish air force in the period covered by this book-the Polish airmen formed the aviation component of the Polish army-and navy.

In this context the Polish fliers had had to successively fight for their existence; from the chaotic beginnings in the aftermath of World War I, against political parsimony and flawed planning during the 1930s, and then literally for their lives against the Nazi and Soviet juggernauts in September of 1939.

 

The authors describe, squadrons by squadrons, in enormous detail, exactly how the well – trained but isolated Poles fought bitterly against the invaders.

They were overwhelmed, not through want of courage or determination, but by outdated tactics and equipment and enemies greatly superior in number both in the air and on the ground.

Poland’s loss was, ultimately, the free world’s gain when Polish pilots proved to be some of the most successful in the RAF in summer 1940.

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