Air War Over the Putumayo: Colombian and Peruvian air operations during the 1932-1933 conflict

Air War Over the Putumayo: Colombian and Peruvian air operations during the 1932-1933 conflict

by Amaru Tincopa, Santiago Rivas

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781912390236
Publisher: Helion and Company
Publication date: 08/29/2018
Series: Latin America@War Series , #78
Sales rank: 1,287,125
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 11.50(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

Born in Lima, Peru, in August 1977, Amaru Tincopa began his involvement in aviation history in 1998. Since then he has produced 9 books, over 30 articles and collaborated on others in both magazines and books around the world. He is a permanent contributor to several Peruvian and foreign defence journals and magazines. Focused on early Peruvian military aviation history, he manages the country’s leading vintage aviation archive which collaboratively provides data and material to local publications, media and researchers. He currently resides in Lima.

Born in June 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Santiago Rivas started his career as a photographer in aviation and defence journalism in 1997 and in 2002 he received the title of journalist in the Argentine Catholic University. Since then he has published his material in more than 80 different media around the world in all five continents, being correspondent on fourteen magazines and permanent contributor to the two Argentine aviation and defence magazines. Currently he specialises in Latin American aviation and defence matters, both historic and recent and manages the main defence and aviation archive in Argentina providing material for more than 40 magazines around the world. He has published sixteen books in six countries and contributed to many others. Santiago has travelled to most Latin American countries and Europe, working with most of the Latin American Armed Forces and now lives in Buenos Aires with his two sons and one daughter.

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