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  • GERMANY – MAGAZINE – OVER THE FRONT: VOLUME 13, NUMBER 4 – LEAGUE OF WORLD WAR 1 AVIATION HISTORIANS.

    SKU: 16-496

    $10.00

    MAGAZINE – OVER THE FRONT: VOLUME 13, NUMBER 4 – LEAGUE OF WORLD WAR 1 AVIATION HISTORIANS. The League of World War 1 Aviation Historians is the premiere group that researches and shares information about the Great War’s aviation. [I have been a member of this fine organization on and off over the years]. Its members range from serious researchers and authors to the average individual who is curious about aviation as it unfolded during WW I. The League publishes a high-quality, very professional magazine for the enjoyment of its members on a quarterly basis. Various members research and present articles and photographs about different WW I aviators, aircraft, and related topics from both the Allies’ and the Central Powers’ perspectives. Today we are offering the 1998 Winter Quarter issue. It contains several interesting articles, including one about the American Ace/Balloon Buster/Medal of Honor winner Frank Luke. It is in excellent condition. If you have an interest in WW I aviation, I urge you to join the League. They do good work preserving the memory of WW I aviators and their aircraft.

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  • GERMANY – MAGAZINE – OVER THE FRONT: VOLUME 6, NUMBER 4 – LEAGUE OF WORLD WAR 1 AVIATION HISTORIANS

    SKU: 16-500

    $10.00

    MAGAZINE – OVER THE FRONT: VOLUME 6, NUMBER 4 – LEAGUE OF WORLD WAR 1 AVIATION HISTORIANS. The League of World War 1 Aviation Historians is the premiere group which researches and shares information of aviation during the Great War. I have been a member of this fine organization on and off over the years. The members range from serious researchers and authors to the average individual who is interested in the aviation as it unfolded during WW I. The League publishes on a Quarterly basis a high quality and very professional magazine for the enjoyment of their members. Various members research and offer articles and photographs on different aviators, topics, and aircraft of WW I on both the Allied and Central power side. Today we are offering the 1991 Winter Quarter issue. It contains several interesting articles about the 91st Aero Squadron, translations of some of Erwin Böhme’s letters about flying over Flanders, and another about a Texas aerial gunner school for bombardiers. The issue is in excellent condition. If you have an interest in WW I aviation, I urge you to join the League. They do good work preserving the memory of WW I aviators and their aircraft.

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