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|A Splendid Little War |
| Total Clicks: 456 | Report Broken Link |
Derek Robinson (Author)
Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.1 x 1.3 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
The war to end all wars, people said in 1918. Not for long. By 1919, White Russians were fighting Bolshevik Reds for control of their country, and Winston Churchill (then Secretary of State for War) wanted to see Communism 'strangled in its cradle'. So a volunteer R.A.F. squadron, flying Sopwith Camels, went there to duff up the Reds. 'There's a splendid little war going on,' a British staff officer told them. 'You'll like it.' Looked like fun. But the war was neither splendid nor little. It was big and it was brutal, a grim conflict of attrition, marked by incompetence and corruption. Before it ended, the squadron wished that both sides would lose. If that was a joke, nobody was laughing.
|The Ace |
| Total Clicks: 1732 | Report Broken Link |
by Jack D. Hunter
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Blue River Press (October 2008)
In THE ACE, four Americans - a 20-year-old social outcast, a breezily iconoclastic Army officer, a ruthless US senator, and a guilt-ridden heiress - are inexorably drawn together in their struggles to deal with America's chaotic involvement in World War I. Their interwoven destinies lead from poverty-stricken slums through the opulence of 1917-1918 Washington, London, and Paris, and, climactically, into the Western Front's vicious aerial combat, which establishes the matrix for all air warfare to come. THE ACE is, above all, an intricate portrayal of indomitable love belabored by human frailties and the cruel pressures of war.
|An Ace Minus One |
| Total Clicks: 2464 | Report Broken Link |
by Timothy M. Morrisroe
Paperback: 618 pages
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (August 22, 2006)
A young man fleeing his past finds himself driving an ambulance on the wesern front just as the inferno of Verdun erupts around him. Ever resilient, he transitions to flying scouts for a French escadrille. Jousting with German aces in flimsy wood and canvas aeroplanes is hard enough without having to keep up with the Bacchanalian excesses of his mates. Set over the battlefields of Europe, an Ace Minus One is authentic in its descriptions of early aviation and the colorful characters who made this period one of the most interesting in history.
|The Blood Order |
| Total Clicks: 2811 | Report Broken Link |
by Jack D. Hunter
Publisher: Bantam Books (June 1, 1980)
"This Hunter's excellent sequel to The Blue Max as Bruno Stachel experiences Germany between the WWI and WWII. The rise to power of Herman Goering, Martin Bormann, and Adolf Hitler is witnessed through Bruno's eyes. Bruno must make the decision between becoming a central figure in the new Germany, with its growth of Nazism, or choose a different path."
|The Blue Max |
| Total Clicks: 3358 | Report Broken Link |
by Jack D. Hunter
Publisher: Replica Books (April, 2001)
Bruno Stachel is a nobody, a newly recruited junior officer in a First World War German combat squadron. But he is determined not to remain a nobody for long. He has his sights on the Blue Max - the most coveted of all German decorations - and he will do anything to get it. From the very moment he shoots down his first plane, everything he does is aimed in that direction: bedding his commander's wife, courting publicity at every turn, even arranging the deaths of his competitors.
|The Casket Crew |
| Total Clicks: 1691 | Report Broken Link |
by Arch Whitehouse
Publisher: Doubleday & Co. (1971)
A novel about a Handley Page bomber crew in The Great War.
|Dangerous Duty |
| Total Clicks: 72 | Report Broken Link |
by David Falash
Paperback: 246 pages
Publisher: Black Leaf Publishing (October 9, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 5.4 x 8.4 inches
Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
Flying as a member of the Red Baron's Flying Circus has brought both fame and notoriety to fifteen year-old Mick Gallagher. In his all-green Albatros, Mick has shot down over a dozen Allied airplanes. Fighting for a free and independent Ireland, Mick's personal war against the British Empire has given him enough near-fatal incidents to last two dozen lifetimes. Mick's love for Michelle Guerintaux, his beautiful French girlfriend, has grown stronger throughout this epic peril. Not even Mick's battling against the Allies or his accidental killing of her brother, Pierre Guerintaux, could sever their bond. Mick's devotion to Michelle is so great that he was prepared to die at the hands of a raging Beau Guerintaux, the oldest brother of Michelle and the man who taught Mick how to fly. With their friendship now mended, Mick and Beau paid a surprise visit to reunite with Michelle. Shockingly, they found her cousin Claudette tied up on the floor and Michelle gone! She'd been kidnapped! Mick will stop at nothing to rescue her! Those responsible must be punished! And when he's finished with them, it's back to blasting British pilots out of the sky! This third book in the wildly entertaining Mick Gallagher series, is an action packed page-turner that will delight any reader looking for a good old fashioned adventure yarn!
|The Eagle's Height |
| Total Clicks: 2105 | Report Broken Link |
by Robert Elliot
Unknown Binding: 256 pages
Publisher: Air Review (1961)
A sweeping novel set in the Royal Flying Corps.
|The Emerald Ace |
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by David Falash
Paperback: 308 pages
Publisher: Black Leaf Publishing (October 1, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 13.8 ounces
A fictional memoir portraying the life of Mick Gallagher, a 15 year old Irish orphan with a love of airplanes, flying, and a passion for Ireland's independence from England. He inherits an Albatros D.V. Fighter plane from a German Ace who lands on his Aunt Patti's field and soon his dream of becoming a fighter pilot begins to come to fruition. As we follow him through his many adventures we witness him joining the Red Baron's flying circus; taking part in dog fights; falling behind enemy lines, and also falling in love. Before long his skills in the air as a fighter pilot, along with his notorious green Albatros earn him the nickname - Emerald Ace.
|Fighters in the Sky |
| Total Clicks: 1774 | Report Broken Link |
by Arthur George Joseph Whitehouse
Unknown Binding: 175 pages
Publisher: Duell, Sloan and Pearce (1959)
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