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The Art of the Dogfight Part 1  9781953201256

The Art of the Dogfight Part 1

Product code 9781953201256

€ 43.99

Publisher/Brand Aeronaut Books

Author Jim Wilberg

No. Pages 219

Version Soft cover

Language English

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory WW1

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Product description

Art of the Dogfight by noted aviation historian and aviation art enthusiast and supporter James Wilberg, MD, is a 4-volume set of essays on WWI aviation describing various aspects of aviation history heavily illustrated by paintings, photographs, and color profiles. The result is a rich tapestry of early aviation with many personal stories.
Volume 1 focuses on the early history of The Great War in the air and includes 78 paintings, 212 photos (18 in color), and 11 color profiles in its 212 pages.



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