WWII Air War, The Men, The Machines, The Missions by Walter J. Boyne
A vivid account of aviation during WWII, taken from a variety of accounts by a variety of acclaimed aeronautical writers, including John Stanaway, Jerry Scutts and Robert Mikesh. Together they provide a good history of the rapid development of air technology during the war – how the Japanese ‘Zero’ fighter was tamed, how a legless man flew Spitfires, how Luftwaffe ace Erich Hartmann evolved his fighter skills.
Book has very minor “dampness” damage. Please see pictures.