The Blond Knight of Germany: A biography of Erich Hartmann by Raymond F. ToliverThe Blond Knight of Germany: A biography of Erich Hartmann by Raymond F. Toliver

The Blond Knight of Germany: A biography of Erich Hartmann

byRaymond F. Toliver, Trevor J. Constable

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Over the skies of the Second World War, Erich Hartmann compiled a combat record so remarkable that the numbers went beyond words. Achieving a staggering total of 352 victories, Hartmann simply dominated the skies, turning each dogfight into a cakewalk for his plane. The Blond Knight of Germany is a thrilling biography that tells of a man whose life was as intense outside the cockpit as it was inside. From his five years in the Luftwaffe to his 10 years in a Soviet prison camp, it captures one of the greatest lives in aviation history.
Title:The Blond Knight of Germany: A biography of Erich HartmannFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.74 inPublisher:McGraw-Hill Education

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ISBN - 10:0830681892

ISBN - 13:9780830681891

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not too shabby Very interesting man. Erich Hartmann is certainly one of my role models after reading this book. They start from the beginning of his life and end the book after his retirement. It was too bad however in that they gave away some key twists to the story too early in the book. Had they stuck to chonological order it would have been more suspenceful, Although as it was, i read it in one night because of my curiosity.
Date published: 2005-02-09

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Over the skies of the Second World War, Erich Hartmann compiled a combat record so remarkable that the numbers went beyond words. Achieving a staggering total of 352 victories, Hartmann simply dominated the skies, turning each dogfight into a cakewalk for his plane. The Blond Knight of Germany is a thrilling biography that tells of a man whose life was as intense outside the cockpit as it was inside. From his five years in the Luftwaffe to his 10 years in a Soviet prison camp, it captures one of the greatest lives in aviation history.