By Chris Chant, Mark Rolfe
Beginning the battle with purely 35 airplane, Austro-Hungarian went directly to produce basically reasonable numbers of terrible caliber airplane. The fliers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire working at the Serbian and Russian fronts have been lucky before everything, discovering themselves confronted by means of small numbers of plane but extra obsolescent than their very own. Serbia fell in 1915, but if Italy declared battle the Austro-Hungarians have been nonetheless confronted with a two-front struggle вЂ“ a static entrance opposed to Italy, and a much more fluid one opposed to Russia. Austro-Hungarian fighter pilots played bravely and sometimes very successfully below tremendous tough geographic, climatic and operational stipulations.
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Austro Hungarian Aces of World War I by Chris Chant, Mark Rolfe