AEG G.IV КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ AEG G.IV(Windsock Datafile 51)By Peter M. GroszPublisher: Albatros Productions Ltd199540 Pages ISBN: 0948414669PDF28 MBOur moment German bomber monograph profiles the AEG GIV, a kind which heretofore has stood within the shadows of its larger identified contemporaries, the Gotha and the Friedrichshafen. writer Peter M Grosz unearths that the compact AEG used to be however the easiest of the 3 and proved to be a best bombing aeroplane, effortless to fly and retain and of a strong building that endeared it to its hard-working crews. The AEG G sort bombers performed a massive position within the 1917-1918 air conflict with common predations on strategic Allied pursuits to nice impression first and foremost via day, then through evening. Its position in WWI aviation background as a result, is a vital one and this publication presents a beneficial tribute to this vintage desktop. BitroadDepositfiles eighty five

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