Russian Aces of World War 1

By (author) Kulikov, Victor; Illustrated by Dempsey, Harry

Although the Russian Imperial Army Air Service consisted of no more than four BAGs (Boevaya Aviatsionniy Gruppa - battle aviation groups), each controlling three or four smaller AOIs (Aviatsionniy Otryad Istrebitelei - fighter aviation detachments) equipped with a variety of aircraft types, its fighter pilots nevertheless gave a good account of themselves. Indeed, during three years of war they claimed more than 200 Austro-Hungarian and German aircraft shot down, creating 13 aces - these elite aviators accounted for around half of the victories claimed on the Eastern Front. Pilots flew a variety of fighter types, with French Nieuport scouts and SPAD VIIs proving to be the most popular, and effective, aeroplanes to see service on this front. The exploits of these aces are detailed here, with information based on material newly sourced by the author from Russian military and private archives. Many previously unpublished photographs are used to illustrate this book, supported by full-colour profiles that reveal how striking some of the aces' fighters were in this often-forgotten theatre of World War 1.

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[目次]

  • Introduction /Aces of the 1st Fighting Air Group /Aces of the 7th Fighter Squadron /Aces of the 9th Fighter Squadron /Aces of other fighter squadrons and Fighting Air Groups /Naval Aces / Russian aces in French aviation /Appendix /Plates Commentaries

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書名 Russian Aces of World War 1
著作者等 Dempsey, Harry
Kulikov, Victor
シリーズ名 Aircraft of the Aces 111
出版元 Osprey Publishing
刊行年月 2013.04.20
ページ数 96p
ISBN 9781780960616
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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