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Ciel De Guerre

This magazine is devoted to World War II aviation history, written in French. Meticulously researched, each issue is rich with World War II photos, beautiful aircraft profiles, maps and charts. Each issue goes beyond the ordinary archives photos, working directly with veterans and artist to present new history and photography. Profiled below are issues that deal with World War II Pacific topics:

Ciel De Guerre 05 - Bombes Atomiques sur le Japon
This issue deals with B-29 Superfortress attacks on Japan and the atomic bombings. This issue is rich with color photography, charts and diagrams. The issue traces the B-29 bombing offensive against Japan, Manhattan Project, 509th Composite Group, Hiroshima, Nagasaki and surrender of Japan. Color profiles detail some of the most famous B-29s including the famous "Enola Gay" and "Bockscar", plus others with colorful nose art and interesting histories.

Ciel De Guerre 10 - Aléoutiennes: la campagne oubliée
by Arnaud Prudhomme and Stéphane Soulard. This issue covers the Forgotten Campaign in the Aleutians. Beautiful full color profiles of American aircraft that participated including US Navy and USAAF. Also, Japanese Navy aircraft from seaplanes to fighters. For the art alone, this issue is not to be missed!

For anyone with an interest in quality aviation magazine, Ciel De Guerre is a great addition to your library. Contact the publisher, TMA Editions to order issues via Paypal or mail order.

Review by  Justin Taylan

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Last Updated
May 23, 2017


 
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