Zeppelins Of World War Iby Wilbur Cross
The story of the little-known aerial battles that took place over England during the Great War. Zeppelins of World War I details the saga of the most daring aerial campaigns of the Great War, the story of the development of dirigibles by Germany as machines of war, the psychological horror of air raids on London, the heroic efforts of England's fighter pilots to shoot down these invading monsters and the consequent failure of Zeppelins to bring England to its knees.
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From the historical viewpoint this is a great book. It tells several amazing adventures from the olds gas bags and makes you think about evolution and courage of our old inventors. And more, this book catch you and send to a world where the win worth more than life, and life itself is a constant battle, made of courage and intelligence where only the best wins. There are excitant chapters as when the l48 is shoot down from four thousand feet and two persons survives. The book tell about Peter Strasser, the great chief of the naval airship division a man which I learn to admire after end the read. For the Zeppelin fans the book doesn't provide technical details. Read the book and enjoy yourself.