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Deadly Skies: Air War, 1914–1918

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By John Maker

Go beyond the dogfights and immerse yourself in the lives of six people, from both sides of the conflict, who experienced the first air war. Follow them as they train to fly, gather intelligence, fight aerial battles, drop bombs and endure the consequences of this brand new form of warfare.

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Deadly Skies: Air War, 1914–1918
By John Maker

June 2016, ISBN 978-0-660-03143-9
112 pages, fully illustrated, 15 x 15 cm, paperback

Go beyond the dogfights and immerse yourself in the lives of six people, from both sides of the conflict, who experienced the first air war. Join them as they train to fly, gather intelligence, fight aerial battles and drop bombs.

 

This fully illustrated graphic novel follows Marjorie Stinson, a teenaged American flying instructor; James Moses, a Canadian observer and warrior of the Six Nations Confederacy; Maurice Arondel, an expert French balloonist; Captain Heinrich Mathy, a German Zeppelin commander; Manfred von Richthofen, the famous Red Baron; and Eric Ohman, a Canadian fighter pilot. Their captivating stories provide insight into the history and consequences of the first air war.

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