The Most Dangerous Enemy: An Illustrated History Of The Battle Of Britain

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The Most Dangerous Enemy: An Illustrated History of the Battle of Britain

Following its original publication in narrative form ten years ago, Stephen Bungay’s The Most Dangerous Enemy has been acclaimed as the definitive history of the Battle of Britain, a book whose authority and comprehensiveness far exceeded all previous accounts. Andrew Roberts, prominent military historian and author of Masters and Commanders: How Four Titans Won the War in the West, 1941-1945, said that The Most Dangerous Enemy is “the best single-volume history to be published in over a decade.”To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Battle, this classic work has been transformed into a new, large-format, fully illustrated edition. With over 150 photographs (including rare color photos), full color maps, and diagrams, and numerous sidebar features, it brings this dramatic story to life in a fresh and exciting way. Archival photographs of the planes, pilots, and key military leaders, many of which have never before been published, are accompanied by fascinating three-dimensional diagrams illustrating dogfights and battle tactics on both sides.This new edition of The Most Dangerous Enemy is a fitting way to mark the Battle of Britain’s anniversary and will bring this most remarkable of stories to a whole new group of readers.

Specifications of The Most Dangerous Enemy: An Illustrated History of the Battle of Britain

GENERAL
AuthorStephen Bungay
BindingHardcover
LanguageEnglish
EditionFirst
ISBN-100760339368
ISBN-139780760339367
PublisherZenith Press
Number Of Pages272
Publication Date2010-07-04
DIMENSIONS
Height11.55 inch.
Length9.7 inch.
Width1.1 inch.
Weight3.57 pounds.

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