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Storm of eagles : the greatest aviation photographs of World War II / John Dibbs & Kent Ramsey ; with text by Lieutenant Colonel Robert Renner, USAF.

By: Dibbs, John M.
Contributor(s): Ramsey, Kent [author.] | Renner, Robert [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, New York : Osprey Publishing, 2017Description: 245 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 25 x 31 cm.Content type: still image | text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781472823007; 1472823001.Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- Aviation -- Pictorial works | World War, 1939-1945 -- Aviation -- Pictorial works | World War, 1939-1945 -- Aerial operations -- Pictorial works | World War, 1939-1945 -- Aerial operations -- History | Airplanes, Military -- Pictorial works | Airplanes, MilitarySummary: "Soaring high above the fields and cities of Europe and Asia as well as the vast expanse of the Pacific, Allied and Axis pilots engaged in a deadly battle for control of the skies in World War II. Whoever won the skies would win the war. Published in association with the National Museum of World War II Aviation, Storm of Eagles is a fully illustrated coffee-table book that brings together classic as well as never-before-seen wartime images. Compiled by one of the world's premier aviation photographers and historians, this remarkable volume is a must-have for anyone interested in World War II aviation"--Publisher's description.
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Soaring high above the fields and cities of Europe and Asia as well as the vast expanse of the Pacific, Allied and Axis pilots engaged in a deadly battle for control of the skies in World War II. Whoever won the skies would win the war.

Published in association with The National Museum of World War II Aviation, Storm of Eagles is a fully illustrated coffee-table book that brings together classic as well as never-before-seen wartime images. Compiled by one of the world's premier aviation photographers and historians, this remarkable volume is a must-have for anyone interested in World War II aviation.

Includes index.

"Soaring high above the fields and cities of Europe and Asia as well as the vast expanse of the Pacific, Allied and Axis pilots engaged in a deadly battle for control of the skies in World War II. Whoever won the skies would win the war. Published in association with the National Museum of World War II Aviation, Storm of Eagles is a fully illustrated coffee-table book that brings together classic as well as never-before-seen wartime images. Compiled by one of the world's premier aviation photographers and historians, this remarkable volume is a must-have for anyone interested in World War II aviation"--Publisher's description.