Black September 1918: WW1's Darkest Month in the Air

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With the mighty push on, once more masses of men and aircraft were put into the air. They were opposed by German fighter force were able to inflict an even larger toll of British, French and American aircraft shot down, making this the worst month for the Allied flyers during the whole of World War I - and this just a mere six weeks from the war's bloody finale. The authors of Black September 1918 have analysed the daily events throughout September with the use of lists of casualties and claims from both sides. The book also contains seven detailed appendices examining the victory claims of all the air forces that fought during September 1918.
AUTHOR Norman Franks
BINDING Softback
NO OF PAGES 192
ILLUSTRATIONS B&W photos
Product Code 21119AVI
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