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The rise of the Luftwaffe: forging the secret German air weapon, 1918-1940 (edition 1973)

by Herbert Molloy Mason

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Title:The rise of the Luftwaffe: forging the secret German air weapon, 1918-1940
Authors:Herbert Molloy Mason
Info:New York, Dial Press, 1973.
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Late in the morning of April 21, 1918, with the early mists burned from the valley of the Somme, combat aviation's most glittering star and the great German national hero, Rittmeister Manfred von Richthofen, prepared to lead a handful of pilots on patrol.
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