Aviation books about Aces, Test Pilots, Aviation Pioneers and Military Greats
This classic book now makes its first appearance in English. Long out-of-print this study is one of the few books dedicated to the history of the infamous Legion Condor, the German volunteer unit that fought with pro-Franco forces during the Spanish Civil War from 1936-1939. Signed by: Hajo Hermann
This classic photo volume on the North African campaign is a gripping study of one of the major campaigns of the Second World War. From the point-of-view of Luftwaffe pilots and crews the reader is shown the campaign from its outset – from the initial victories, to the final battles in Tunisia. Bookplate signed by:Eduard "Edu" Neumann
Chronicling the KGB's growth in strength and influence despite its official dissolution, a journalist for Newsweek in Moscow notes its control over the changes in Soviet society, its infiltration into daily Russian life, and its transformation into a state power.
From the author of The High and the Mighty and Fate Is the Hunter, a sequel to his Biblical historical novel, The Antagontsts, which was filmed as the TV mini-series ""Masada." Signed by:Ernest Kellogg Gann (October 13, 1910 – December 19, 1991) was an American aviator, author, sailor, and conservationist.
To Cock a Cannon: A Pilot's View of World War II through the Eyes of a Naval Aviator Memoirs of this US Navy pilot who flew SBD's and TBF's from 1942-45. He was on patrol duty in North Africa, and the North & South Atlantic. Later in the Pacific. A good account of training and later flying dive bomber & torpedo planes. Signed by: D.A. Pattie
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