German and Austrian Aviation of World War I

German and Austrian Aviation of World War I

The Airmen / Aircraft that Forged German Airpower

  • Author: Hugh Cowin
  • Publication Date: 25 Jun 2000
  • ISBN: 9781841760698
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 96
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About this Product

It comes as quite a shock to find out just how many German and Austrian aircraft types were developed during, and deployed in, the Great War. This volume illustrates and analyses every single type, featuring aces such as the Red Baron, Theodore Osterkamp with his Fokker EV, and Hermann Goering.

Biographical Note

Hugh Cowin has been collecting photographs of for the last 30 years, a fabulous resource that contributes to the quality and value of the books that he has authored. His previous publications include Observer's Warships, Junkers Early Metal Monoplanes 1915-19, The Directory of Modern Naval Power and Military Helicopters. He has produced hundreds of articles for journals such Air Pictorial, particularly on prototypes, and was Flight International's avionics and systems contributing editor for five years. He has written several books for Osprey, in the Aviation Pioneers series.

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