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SPAD VII Aces of World War I, Jon Guttman. .The SPAD VII was one of the most important fighter aircraft of the First World War. It was a mainstay of the French air force from the middle of 1916 and through 1917. This book covers the SPAD VII's career in French service, as well as its use by Britain, the United States, Belgium, Italy and Russia. [read full review]
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SPAD XII/XIII Aces of World War I, Jon Guttman . The SPAD XIII was the faster more powerful successor to the SPAD VII. It saw the first signs of a change in fighter tactics, with the evolution of the "bounce" tactic used against slower but more manoeuvrable aircraft. The SPAD XIII was the mainstay of the French air force in 1918, and was used in large numbers by the Americans. [read full review]
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