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The Sky on Fire by Raymond H. Fredette


by Raymond H. Fredette

Photograph of two German soldiers in spiked helmets and fur coats, standing in snow woods, holding their rifles with bare hands, dated January 24, 1918. A short translation from the reverse: “. . . The Russians are already gone. They are right. We should do the same . . . " (translation, Thomas Faust).

Photograph of two German soldiers in spiked helmets and fur coats, standing in the snow, dated January 24, 1918. A short translation from the reverse: “. . . The Russians are already gone. They are right. We should do the same . . . " (translation, Thomas Faust). © John Shea

The Sky on Fire; the First Battle of Britain 1917-1918 by Raymond H. Fredette with a Foreword by Tom Crouch

Publisher: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991

Copyright: 1966, 1976, 1991 by Raymond H. Fredette