SPAD XII/XIII Aces of World War I (Aircraft of the Aces (Osprey)) (Paperback) - Common

This quantity information the exploits of the pilots who flew the profitable SPAD XIII and the trickier SPAD XII. equipped due to the strive against inadequacies of the SPAD VII, the XIII first entered carrier with the French in past due 1917. The SPAD XII used to be the made of advancements to the SPAD VII.

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