Often overshadowed by the fighters that either protected or threatened them two seater reconnaissance aircraft performed the oldest and most strategically vital aerial task of world war 1 a task that required them to return with the intelligence they gathered at all costs. Specialising in world war 1 aviation he has written 21 titles in the past including spad vii aces of ww1 spad xii xiii aces of ww1 balloon buster aces of ww1 bristol fighter aces of ww1 pusher aces of ww1 and naval aces of ww1 pts 1 and 2 in the osprey aces series spa124 lafayette escadrille groupe de combat 12 les cigognes and 1st . Reconnaissance and bomber aces of world war 1 osprey aircraft of the aces 123 written by john guttman and illustrated by harry dempsey scope narrow focuses on a very specific subject completeness amazingly so appeal limited to a specific audience. As i read reconnaissance and bomber aces of world war 1 i found it remarkable that such a high number of british french and german two seater teams managed to attain or exceed the five victories needed to achieve the high honor popularly associated with their single seat nemeses. Read reconnaissance and bomber aces of world war 1 by jon guttman harry dempsey and mark postlethwaite by jon guttman harry dempsey and mark postlethwaite by jon guttman harry dempsey mark postlethwaite for free with a 30 day free trial read ebook on the web ipad iphone and android
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