Now all roads lead to France and heavy is the tread
Of the living; but the dead returning lightly dance.
Edward Thomas, Roads

Friday, June 19, 2015

Unique Perspectives on the Great War in the Air

In OVER THE TOP, the monthly full-color subscription magazine for, we have tried to provide in-depth and fresh looks based on new research on every aspect of the events of 1914–1918. In addition to annual subscriptions (which are available for $30/yr) we make groups of selected issues available to the readers of Roads to the Great War via electronic downloading. The package of four costs only $15, individual issues are $4.50. (Be sure to mention you saw this on Roads and include your email address with the order.)

Here are four full issues we have produced with the help of various noted scholars on aviation during the war:

  1. The Zeppelin War  by  historian Ray Rimmel
  2. Dominators of the Air: The SE-5a and the Fokker D-VII  by aviation researcher Javier Arango
  3. Teenage Ace Werner Voss and the Greatest Dogfight of WWI  by Voss biographer Thomas Crean
  4. The Life of an Ace, Victory Claims, and Aviation Novels by Robert Walsh, Petter Fedders, and the Editors

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