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Posted July 5, 2010
Werner Voss was my favorite ace of WW1 and is credited with 48 Kills. He was a serious challenge to von Richthofen's record while alive. His score left him ranking as the 4th highest German Ace of the war and the 13th of all Aces.
As the book states this is the first (and perhaps only full-length) biography about this remarkable ace. Getting any details on the man has always been difficult so this book is a welcome addition to anybody interested in WW1 Air Combat or about the man himself. I wish the book could have gone into a little more detail about him, but that's probably more to do with the lack of available information. Overall it's the best source of data I've ever found on him.
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