The Red Baron pdf

The Red Baron  pdf

Title: The Red Baron pdf

Author: Manfred von Richthofen

Genre: ,History,Nonfiction,Biography,Aviation,War,Military,Military History,War,World War I,Autobiography,Memoir

Pages: 192 pages

The Red Baron pdf

Manfred von Richthofen – the Red Baron – was the most celebrated fighter pilot of the First World War, and was holder of the Blue Max, Pour le M’rite, Germany’s highest military decoration. He was credited with 80 victories in the air, before being shot down in disputed circumstances aged 26. In this autobiography Richthofen tells not only his own story but also that of his contemporaries, their duels in the sky, ever present danger, fame, honor and spiraling death.

 

Evie and Jack pdf

Evie and Jack  pdf

Title: Evie and Jack pdf

Author: Glenn Haybittle

Genre: ,Historical,Historical Fiction,Cultural,France,War,World War II,Fiction,Aviation

Pages: 350 pages

Evie and Jack pdf

During the Battle of Britain Evie Devereux is an RT operator in the control tower of a Fighter Command airfield. Here she commences an affair with a Spitfire pilot, Jack Cave. Jack, ashamed of his father who was shot as a coward in France during world war 1 and of his working class background, has invented a new identity for himself as Guy Wentworth.,In 1943 Evie joins the SOE. Like Jack, she too now has a false identity. Reports that the Gestapo have infiltrated entire SOE circuits in France have been ignored by London HQ. On the night of her departure she finds a note in her pocket warning her not to trust the man she is travelling with.,Evie & Jack is a riveting novel of suspense, deception and love which brings vividly to life the experiences of a Spitfire pilot and an undercover secret agent working in the Gestapo-infested atmosphere of occupied France.