By Michael Dorflinger
It was in World War I that the skies first became a battlefield, with nations seeking to decide military outcomes off the ground. This volume introduces the fighter pilots of World War I, including the infamous "Red Baron" Manfred von Richthofen.
In addition to this iconic flying ace, the author presents the thrilling biographies of numerous others and recounts their exploits and the tragedies they suffered.
Likewise, the book illustrates the Great War's historical background and documents the increasing sophistication of aviation technology and warfare.
Really interesting and enlightening account of all the aces lives and mostly sacrifices and how and to some extent why they occurred really good