ジャンル：歴史イラストレーター： ハリー-Dempsey法律事務所 科目: 歴史軍第一次世界大戦 ： 17/12/2012 編集： 出版社: オスプレイ出版 フォーマット: 文庫本 ページ: 96 言語： に 外形寸法： 9.76x7.24x0.20に ISBN-10: 9781849087476 ASIN: 1849087474
Austro-Hungarian industry produced a series of poor fighter types such as the Phönix D I and Hansa-Brandenburg D I during the early stages of the war, and it was not until licence-built examples of the battle-proven Albatros and D II and D III began to reach Fliegerkompagnien, or Fliks, in May 1917 that the fortunes of pilots began to look up. Unlike the German-built Albatrosen, which initially suffered wing failures in flight, the Oeffag aircraft were far more robust than German D IIs and D IIIs. They also displayed superior speed, climb, manoeuvrability and infinitely safer flight characteristics. Such attributes were used to the full by all the leading Austro-Hungarian aces, including Brumowski, Arigi, Kiss and Linke-Crawford, who fought Italian pilots in Hanriots and SPADs, as well as British pilots in Camels and Bristol Fighters. The exploits of Austro-Hungarian aces were initially brought to the attention of English-speaking readers in the 1980s through the pioneering work of Martin O'Connor. An additional 30 years of additional research has allowed Paolo Varriale to integrate and update his work, rectifying some inaccuracies and adding new details and a large number of unpublished photographs. The careful crosschecking of Allied sources with Austrian and German records form the basis for a detailed reconstruction of the dogfights fought by the leading aces. This painstaking research allows many myths to be exposed and errors to be corrected. The book will cover the use of Albatros fighters on the Italian and Eastern Fronts, from the fighters' initial arrival in mid 1917 through to the last days of war. It will also chart the careers of the Austro-Hungarian aces that flew the D II and D III, their successes and their defeats, with additional information about their personal background and their post-war lives in the nations born from the collapse of the Hapsburg Empire. Some 49 pilots achieved acedom during World War 1, and the bulk of these pilots made their claims flying the 586 Oeffag-built Albatrosen.
Paolo Varriale のキュレーターのBaracca博物館、第1次世界大戦のコンサルタント、イタリア空軍歴史的事務所は、"膨大な資料でイタリア第1次世界大戦航空機エースです。 スタッフのライターのオンラインで航空宇宙学会誌Dedaloニュースwww.dedalonews.itは、その広告にイタリア外の航空機雑誌です。 くわしく好きのヴィンテージ航空機には、長年の取締役会のGAVS(イタリアの歴史航空機の保存会に参加し復興の様々な航空機です。 そ航空機のエース89–イタリアのニュー-ヨークの第1次世界大戦のためのオスプレイです。