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Ace Profiles Number 2 – Max-Hellmuth Ostermann

This is the second book in the Aces Profiles series by Air Power Editions and covers another successful but less than well known pilot, Max-Hellmuth Ostermann. Starting with JG 21 during the French campaign and going on to the Balkans and finally Russia, Ostermann went through a succession of aircraft, successes and rose in position as his skills improved. Shortly after exceeding 100 confirmed victories, he was killed in mid 1942 by a Soviet Lagg-3 pilot.  Illustrated by a superb collection of period photographs drawn from many sources and the outstanding profiles of renowned artist, Claes Sundin, this makes for an interesting read for enthusiasts and an excellent reference for scale-modellers.

AUTHOR – Christopher Bergstrom

PUBLISHER – Air Power Editions

FORMAT – Softback

PAGES – 64

PUBLISHED – 2007

ISBN – 978 0 9555977 2 5

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Category: Product ID: 5391

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This is the second book in the Aces Profiles series by Air Power Editions and covers another successful but less than well known pilot, Max-Hellmuth Ostermann. Starting with JG 21 during the French campaign and going on to the Balkans and finally Russia, Ostermann went through a succession of aircraft, successes and rose in position as his skills improved. Shortly after exceeding 100 confirmed victories, he was killed in mid 1942 by a Soviet Lagg-3 pilot.  Illustrated by a superb collection of period photographs drawn from many sources and the outstanding profiles of renowned artist, Claes Sundin, this makes for an interesting read for enthusiasts and an excellent reference for scale-modellers.

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