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  • Austro-Hungarian Aces of World War 1by Chris Chant; Mark Rolfe

    Osprey Publishing 2012; US$ 15.95

    Starting the war with only 35 aircraft, Austro-Hungarian industry went on to produce only moderate numbers of poor quality aircraft. The fliers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire operating on the Serbian and Russian fronts were fortunate at first, finding themselves faced by small numbers of aircraft yet more obsolescent than their own. Serbia fell in... more...

  • Austro-Hungarian Aces of World War 1by Chris Chant; Mark Rolfe

    Osprey Publishing Ltd 2012; US$ 15.95

    Starting the war with only 35 aircraft, Austro-Hungarian industry went on to produce only moderate numbers of poor quality aircraft. The fliers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire operating on the Serbian and Russian fronts were fortunate at first, finding themselves faced by small numbers of aircraft yet more obsolescent than their own. Serbia fell in... more...

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