Fall of the Red Baron: World War I Aerial Tactics and the Death of Richthofen

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Fighter pilot Manfred von Richthofen (the Red Baron) lacked innate aerobatic ability. As a tyro, he attempted to solve this problem through denial, going so far as to sneer at stunting as pointless. Great War air combat experience proved quite the reverse, and so we would anticipate a short and sad fighting life for the fellow. Yet the Red Baron became the Great War's single greatest scorer, as measured by total victories. How did he do it? This book is concerned with tactics, especially those tactics used by the Red Baron ...

Fall of the Red Baron: World War I Aerial Tactics and the Death of Richthofen 2016, Helion & Company

ISBN-13: 9781911096115

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Fall of the Red Baron: World War I Aerial Tactics and the Death of Richthofen 2011, Helion & Company

ISBN-13: 9781906033927

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