By D. Edgar Brannon
This publication covers Fokker's early years and his creation of assorted types of / the Fokker Eindecker sequence, the E.I, E.II, E.III, and E.IV. those plane / brought a brand new measurement to struggle - air wrestle. / / contains: "Fokker Eindecker In Action," by way of D Edgar Brannon - 50 Pages / / good points: / **Color: Don Greer Illustrator: J Sewell & R Toepfer / **Brief heritage lesson (Antony Fokker and his early years) / **Black and White pictures w/captions (brief description of every photo) / **Diagrams and necessities of the various planes / **Includes photographs of Fokker monoplanes (M.6, M.5, and the M.8 (AI) / **Planes flown by means of the German military / 2/6/96sk
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