Survival over the western front

Sacher, Ted
March 1997
Military History;Mar97, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p62
Presents an interview with former German World War I pilot, Otto Roosen. INSET: Germany's high-altitude spy planes, by Jon Guttman..


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