Italian Aces

Italian Aces of World War 1 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 89)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by sawk2x at July 30, 2015
Italian Aces of World War 1 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 89)

Italian Aces of World War 1 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 89)
Osprey Publishing | 2009 | ISBN: 1846034264 | English | 105 Pages | True PDF | 6,2 MB
Italian Aces of World War 1 (Aircraft of the Aces) (Repost)

Italian Aces of World War 1 (Aircraft of the Aces) by Paolo Varriale
English | 2009 | ISBN: 1846034264 | 108 Pages | PDF | 32 MB

The Italian aces of World War 1 have gone down in history as the irrefutable masters of the skies in the battle against their Austro-Hungarian enemies.

Italian Aces of World War 2 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 34)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by sawk2x at Dec. 16, 2013
Italian Aces of World War 2 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 34)

Italian Aces of World War 2 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 34)
Osprey Publishing | 2000 | ISBN-10: 1841760781 | ISBN-13: 978 1841760780 | English | 97 Pages | PDF (e-book) | 3,7 MB

Osprey Aircraft of the aces 089 - Italian Aces of World War 1

Osprey Aircraft of the aces 089 - Italian Aces of World War 1
Osprey | 2009 | ISBN: 9781846034268 | 108 Pages | PDF | 22,6 MB
Aircraft of the Aces 089, Italian Aces of World War 1

Aircraft of the Aces 089, Italian Aces of World War 1
Author: Paolo Varriale, Illustrated by: Harry Dempsey
Osprey Publishing | 2009 | ISBN-10: 1846034264 | 96 Pages | PDF | 32,2 MB

Osprey Publishing Description:

The Italian aces of World War One have gone down in history as the irrefutable masters of the skies in the battle against their Austro-Hungarian enemies. In this often forgotten theatre of warfare these remarkable pilots gave the Italian forces an undisputed air superiority and left an enduring legacy as extraordinary men. Having interviewed the descendants of almost every Italian ace from the Great War, Paolo Varriale uncovers these fighters’ incredible and sometimes tragic histories. Years of painstaking research has culminated in this truly groundbreaking study which brings to life the exploits of such famous aces as Baracca, Ruffo and Piccio, and the lesser known Riva, Sabelli and Nardini. Letters, diaries and unpublished photographs shed light on previously unknown personal and unit insignia, exposing many myths and making this a commanding addition to the aviation history of World War One.

Aces of the Luftwaffe (2015)  

Posted by speedzodiac_ at May 10, 2015
Aces of the Luftwaffe (2015)

Aces of the Luftwaffe (2015)
PC | Developer/Publisher: www.handy-games.com GmbH | 30 MB
Languages:English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Portuguese-Brazil, Simplified, Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Turkish. (Edit the .ini)
Genre: Action

Jump into action and become a fighter ace yourself: You have to show what you’re made of as the war over Europe is in full swing. Fight waves of Axis planes and panzers until you hit the boss enemies – the Aces of the Luftwaffe! It is the darkest hour for England. The Axis are sending their best into the Battle of Britain, and only a handful of brave pilots are left to destroy them.

Fighter Aces  

Posted by vman at June 23, 2013
Fighter Aces

Fighter Aces
DVDrip | 640 x 464 | XviD MPEG-4 1140 Kbps | 01:00 mn | Audio: English MP3 160 kbps, 2 channels | 495 MB
Genre: Documentary

In 1915 the armies of the Great War were locked in a stalemate of the trenches but a new form of combat would soon put an end to stationary battles - the aerial duel. Almost from its conception air-warfare captured the popular imagination, turning men into heroes, pilots into Fighter Aces. High above the trenches the courage and skill of men such as Baron Von Richthofen, Oswald Boelcke, Edward 'Mick' Mannock, Billy Bishop and Hermann Goering would make them legends in their own lifetime. During the Spanish Civil War a new generation of German Aces won its spurs, with the tactics and machines being perfected for the forthcoming "Blitzkrieg". Throughout the Battle of Britain the hastily trained fighter pilots of the RAF learnt tactics "on the wing" against the Luftwaffe veterans of Spain. The heroisms and determination of the RAF Aces such as Joseph Frantichek and Ginger Lacey were all that stood between Britain and invasion.
In Europe and North Africa the flying skills and tactical genius of men like Werner Moelders, Adolf Galland and Hans Marseilles won the respect of friend and foe alike. On the Eastern Front Erich Hartmann, the Ace of Aces won 352 victories, an astonishing achievement never equalled in the history of aerial combat. This DVD charts the history of aerial combat from the Great War to the dawn of the jet age using rare archive footage, much of which has been unavailable in the West since World War Two.

Hurricane Aces 1939-40 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 18) (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by sawk2x at Jan. 13, 2011
Hurricane Aces 1939-40 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 18) (repost)

Hurricane Aces 1939-40 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 18)
Osprey Publishing | 1998 | ISBN: 1855325977 | English | 127 Pages | PDF | 31,4 MB

The Hawker Hurricane was the Raf's first monoplane fighter, and it dragged the air force into a position where it could defend Britain in its 'hour of need'. Prior to the Battle of Britain, a number of squadrons equipped with the fighter had seen action firstly in the 'Phoney War', and then during the disastrous campaign in France. Pilots like 'Cobber' Kain had achieved impressive scores in the face of overwhelming LUftwaffe forces, and although the RAF lost no less than 386 Hurricanes during the Blitzkried, it gave many pilots valuable experience. Hawker fighters outnumbered Spitfires during the Battle of Britain by three to one, and downed far mor aircraft. Overseas, a handful of pilots put up stiff resistance against Germany's Italian ally in Libya and Egypt, and also over Malta.

Aircraft of the Aces 049, Croatian Aces of World War 2  

Posted by rolipcp at Sept. 14, 2009
Aircraft of the Aces 049, Croatian Aces of World War 2

Aircraft of the Aces 049, Croatian Aces of World War 2
Authors: Boris Ciglic & Dragan Savic, Illustrated by: John Weal
Osprey Publishing | October 18, 2002 | ISBN-10: 1841764353 | 96 Pages | PDF | 19.7 MB

Osprey Publishing Description:

Initially flying Italian-supplied Fiat G.50s, the Croat forces suffered heavy losses during 1942 whilst flying alongside JG 52 in the southern sector of the Russian front. 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. This book reveals how, by 1944, Croat air groups were defending Yugoslavia from 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.

Hurricane Aces 1939-40 (Aircraft of the Aces 018)  

Posted by YUI at March 25, 2009
Hurricane Aces 1939-40 (Aircraft of the Aces 018)

Hurricane Aces 1939-40 (Aircraft of the Aces 018)
Osprey Publishing | ISBN: 1855325977 | January 15, 1998 | PDF | 132 pages | 31.41 MB

The Hawker Hurricane was the Raf's first monoplane fighter, and it dragged the air force into a position where it could defend Britain in its 'hour of need'. Prior to the Battle of Britain, a number of squadrons equipped with the fighter had seen action firstly in the 'Phoney War', and then during the disastrous campaign in France. Pilots like 'Cobber' Kain had achieved impressive scores in the face of overwhelming LUftwaffe forces, and although the RAF lost no less than 386 Hurricanes during the Blitzkried, it gave many pilots valuable experience. Hawker fighters outnumbered Spitfires during the Battle of Britain by three to one, and downed far mor aircraft. Overseas, a handful of pilots put up stiff resistance against Germany's Italian ally in Libya and Egypt, and also over Malta.