By Thomas Berndt
Complete colour gallery of vintage American armored struggling with cars! eighty five excellent complete colour photos of each American tank imagineable. an in depth chronicle of the fearless tanks of yankee heritage. The tanks pictured are fantastically restored US armored autos of WW II.
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Offensively as possible the that they usually followed a diversion- ary encouraged by the sight of masses of wheeling Spitfires, but there doubt factories, timing of these heavy attacks was such bounce greatly we attacks and airfields high cover, and top cover airfields when they climbed up. our bomber pilots were that bombing our formations of 109s in the escort cover, sweeps to patrol the enemy no doubt the at with a close escort of iios and large to fighters to the phase of the Battle effective The most is de- plan the fighter escortins: fighters.
Death should be given the set- way round; and that would somehow have been right too. I realized in that moment just how lucky a is. who privileged to kill well. For the other fighter pilot pilot must experience that childhood longing for smashing things. The fighter conclusion of Tightness of alive; share the dangerous emotions of the of satisfac- told does not even have to 37 it if should never be a for the fighter pilot it One of the great contributions of the Battle of Britain ment of air combat tactics, both fighter and bomber was the developthat were used throughout the war.
He had more than }^oo first-line fighters and bombers with which to do it. On the sea a fantastic armada of 848 British ships from destroyers to and dinghies of amateur sailors put out for private sloops, fishing smacks the French coast to retrieve the troops. Overhead the small RAF, battered and weary, flew cover as best they could with a portion of the 600 Hurricane, Spitfire, and Defiant fighters that remained. To commit the entire force loould have left the British Isles defenseless against the Luftwaffe.