5 edition of Croatian Aces of World War 2 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces, 49) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||October 18, 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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Steamship Coefficients, Speeds and Powers, Containing the Dimensions and Performances of Vessels ...
Dragan Savic has been an associate of the Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum since 1978 and has established himself as one of the leading experts on the Croatian Air Force. Josip Hellebrant I [ ]• Razoux, Pierre 2015The Iran-Iraq War, translated by Nicholas Elliott, Harvard University Press,• He has spent many years detailing the history of the Croatian Air Groups, and has unearthed some terrific material.
This is his first book for Osprey. Despite this, a significant number of kills fell to future aces such as Cvitan Galic and Mato Dubovak during this time, and when the units re-equipped with Bf 109G-10s in 1943, battle-seasoned Croat pilots started to rack up impressive scores.
Softback, light wear, a VG copy. There were many refinements that had to be carried out before the planes were combat ready, which delayed out proper conversion to the type.
5 or 6 victories• The aircraft soon proved to be superior to the Japanese Zero and played a major part in the destruction of Japan's elite air forces in the South Pacific. Boris Ciglic is a member of the Yugoslav Historical Research Group attached to the Yugolsav Air Force Museum in Belgrade. The F4F Wildcats were out there at Guadalcanal doing a marvellous job of defence, but no way could they take the offensive. Author: Boris Ciglic, Dragan Savic• When the Germans invaded Yugoslavia in 1941 Croatia broke away to form its own nation.
This book reveals how, by 1944, Croat air groups were defending Yugoslaviafrom British and American air raids, and in the final months of the war a handful of surviving pilots fought on until final defeat in May 1945.5 victories Other [ ]•
There were only two planes that could do the job - the Corsair and the Army's P-38'.
Availability: In stock Please tick the formats you would like to buy: Paperback 9781841764351 Boris Ciglic is a member of the Yugoslav Historical Research Group attached to the Yugolsav Air Force Museum in Belgrade.
Useful reference for the aircraft modeller.