Aerial superiority

And for this Thursday, another “vintage” document. “Vintage” because it wasn’t published during the Great War or immediately after, but just like these magazines (see here and there), it was published years later when WW1 wasn’t trendy. For instance, this book was published in Italy in 1975


and in 320 pages presents planes built between Leonardo’s project and the end of the Great War. I was particularly interested in this drawing, which shows the changes of aerial superiority during the Great War. suprematy


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