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Introduction /Chronology /Design and development /Strategic situation /Technical specifications /The combatants /Combat /Statistics and analysis /Aftermath /Bibliography /Glossary
The DH 2 was the most successful 'pusher' fighter of World War I, while the Albatros D II was part of a long family of fighters that in many ways symbolized German aerial might in the conflict.
James F. Miller is a married father of two who lives in Naples, Florida. A commercial pilot and lifelong student of all aspects of aviation, his current research focuses on the middle years of World War I. James also completed the three-views for this volume. Jim Laurier is a native of New England and lives in New Hampshire. He attended Paier School of Art in Hamden, Connecticut, from 1974 to 1978, and since graduating with Honours, he has been working professionally in the field of Fine Art and Illustration. He has been commissioned to paint for the US Air Force and has aviation paintings on permanent display at the Pentagon. Jim completed the cover artworks, cockpit views, armament scrap views and Engaging the Enemy artwork for this volume. Mark Postlethwaite has developed a lifelong passion for aviation history. He first worked as a photographer before turning his attention solely to artwork, and is now highly regarded in his field for the quality and accuracy of his work. Mark is a valued Osprey artist and has contributed to more than 80 of its books. He completed the battlescene artwork for this volume.
"Brilliantly helpful illustrations, photos, sidebars, charts, glossary, maps, and index cap this compact chronicle. Recommended." --David L. Veres, www.cybermodeler.com