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German Bombers of WWI in Action


by Peter Cooksley

Two German marines, of the IX and XI Marine Artillery, watching in the dunes along the North Sea or Baltic Sea coast.
Text:
Lieb Vaterland magst ruhig sein
D├╝nenwache.
XI and IX Matrosen Artillerie
Dear fatherland, you want to be quiet
Dunes guard.
XI and IX sailors artillery

Two German marines, of the IX and XI Marine Artillery, watching in the dunes along the North Sea or Baltic Sea coast.

An author's note says, '"he most important of the Kaiser's strategic bombers are dealt with here."



A brief summary of bombers: A.E.G. G.IV, Friedrichshafen G.III, Gotha G.IV and G.V, Zeppelin (Staaken) R.VI. Illustrated with black and white contemporary photographs and a center, two-page color plate.

Publisher: Squadron/Signal Publications, 2000

Copyright: 2000 Squadron/Signal Publications, Inc.

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