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on 7 February 2015
This had the prospect of being a very interesting book about a very interesting subject but it is simply a list of facts, all taken from Wikipedia, with very little narrative which makes it almost unreadable. Unless you have a very good and extensive knowledge of German WWII aircraft, pass it by. If this was in a readable form it would be a great read.
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on 1 June 2014
Excellent. Astonishing how far advanced the Nazi scientists were compared with the allies. It's a good thing it came too late for them. Good for the allies that is. It's not surprising that post war rocket advances in Russia and America were all due to German scientists captured at the end of the war. The jet engine was a different thing though.After all we had our own Frank Whittle, who incidentally went to the USA to further advance their jet engine programme. The Rolls Royce jet engines also powered the early Russian fighter aircraft. Most excellent book. Highly recommended.A must
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on 16 January 2015
Bald statistics - but not much else - about some most interesting aircraft. Needed some elaboration to make it an interesting read.
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on 29 August 2014
Great illustrations. Seems to be a little too much of a cut and paste otherwise.
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on 27 August 2015
Interesting book
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on 19 July 2015
OK
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