Gunning for the Red Baron
Military History - World War I
6 x 9, 216 pp.
60 b&w photos., 67 drawings., 22 graphs.
Pub Date: 03/16/2006
C. A. Brannen Series
  cloth
Price:        $29.95

978-1-58544-507-3

Published by Texas A&M University Press

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Gunning for the Red Baron

By Leon Bennett

Leon Bennett is an aeronautical engineer, research scientist, and avid modeler. His papers have been published in a number of scientific journals, and he is the author of Three Wings for the Red Baron, a study of triplane aerodynamics and aerial warfare.

What Readers Are Saying:

“A significant contribution to WWI aero scholarship.” --Military Trader

“I found this book to be an eye opener. Well written and nicely presented, it is academic scholarship within the range of us all.” --Cross and Cockade International Journal, vol 38, n 3

“An absolutely fascinating book that offers an original look at air combat during World War I . . . . Anyone with any interest in air warfare would undoubtedly enjoy Gunning for the Red Baron. Many will undoubtedly want to read it again. I expect to dip into it quite regularly for clarification of early air combat problems.” --Air Power History

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