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The greatest aces
Edward H. Sims
Bibliography: p. 279-281.
|Statement||by Edward H. Sims.|
|LC Classifications||D785 .S53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 294 p.|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||67022507|
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The way Edward Sims spells it out, you will see these and others as the greatest aces who ever flew in combat. A very exciting book, indeed. Read more. 5 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Charlotte A. out of 5 stars This Book Had Me 5/5(3).
This book provides really good detail on a number of the best fighter aces of World War II. There is a lot of background and personal information on many of the pilots, including the best of American, British, and German pilots.4/5.
About The Greatest Aces. Top World War II aces of the RAF, USAAF, and the Luftwaffe recall the greatest aerial missions in this thrilling program. There is Douglas Bader, one of the best of the RAF fighter pilots despite 2 artificial legs, Adolf Galland of the Luftwaffe, who, subsequent to being shot down in France one morning, took off in another Messerschmitt that afternoon, another.
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7 of the Greatest Flying Aces Throughout History From World War I to Operation Desert Storm, these are the most effective aviators in the history of aerial warfare. By Jay BennettAuthor: Jay Bennett.
Ace of aces is a title accorded to the top active ace within a branch of service in a nation's military in time of war.  The title is most closely associated with fighter aces, though there are other types, such as tank aces and submarine aces.
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In thirty-five chapters, The Greatest Air Aces Stories Ever Told covers many of the leading American and British Commonwealth fighter aces of WW I and II, together with a few bomber crews whose gallantry made a substantial contribution to the end of WW II.
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The Greatest Aces (Unabridged) - The Greatest Aces (Unabridged) audiobook, by Edward H. Sims Top World War II aces of the RAF, USAAF, and the Luftwaffe recall the greatest aerial missions in this thrilling program.
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