Falcons of France
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FALCONS OF FRANCE: A Tale of Youth and the Air.
THE FAMOUS WORD WAR I STORY OF AN AMERICAN'S DARING ADVENTURES IN THE FRENCH AIR FORCE.
First they learned to fly penguins-tricky birds that almost never flew
in a straight line.Then, the best of them, went on to master the coveted
Hispano Spads, sleek ships that refused to go down.
And those who could stand the firey pace became the men of the Lafayette Flying Corps, ready to do combat with the top German aces.Facing crackling machine-gun fire, the wings of their planes often riddled with bullets, they struck at the heart of the enemy's winged power.
Authors: Charles Nordhoff, James Norman Hall
Publisher: Bantam Pathfinder Editions (1966)
Description: 248 pages, Paperback, 175 X 105 mm.
Condition: VERY GOOD.
Shipping weight: 0.28 Kg.
Tags: WWI AVIATION