casts fresh light on the broader canvas of the war (DAILY TELEGRAPH
a fascinating account of the rise and fall of the men who pioneered aerial combat...first-hand recollections bring the subject to life (NORTHERN ECHO
A timely book...this is a requiem for the brave men involved (BIG ISSUE IN THE NORTH
How the age of the great WWI aces came to an end in the skies over the Western Front
About the Author
Peter Hart is the Oral Historian of the Imperial War Museum. He is the author of several highly acclaimed works on the First World War.