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Red Baron: The Graphic History of Richthofen's Flying Circus and the Air War in WWI (Zenith Graphic Histories) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 15. Juni 2014


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""The Red Baron" by Wayne Vansant is more than a gripping graphic biography of Baron Manfred von Richthofen, the greatest ace of World War I. Vansant has not only done a remarkable job in telling the story of the Red Baron, he has presented an insightful account of the development of combat aviation, and his depictions of aerial actions are absolutely thrilling. But as important visually as they are, his real achievement is in going beyond the exciting dogfights. He rounds out the story with remarkable diligence, revealing the men behind the pilots and the importance of the aircraft that they flew. "The Red Baron" is an exceptional addition to the historiography of World War I and combat aviation. Bravo!" - "Dwight Jon Zimmerman, award-winning and New York Times best-selling military history author"

""The Red Baron" takes you into the cockpit of Manfred von Richthofen's blood-red Fokker and hurls you into aerial duels in a way made possible only in a graphic history. This legendary story of men who flew with the wind in their wires will stay with you long after you savor Wayne Vansant's words and illustrations." - "Robert F. Dorr, USAF (ret.), historian and author of Fighting Hitler's Jets"

"I have been an avid student of military aviation and history since I was a child, and ""The Red Baron"" by Wayne Vansant is the best short biography of the life and career of Manfred Von Richthofen that I have found. At the same time, it is a very well-written history of the early days of aerial warfare. Vansant not only gives us the play-by-play of the air war, he also highlights the development of aircraft, weapons, and, most importantly, the evolution of the tactics used. A job very well done!"" - "Lt. Col. Thomas E. Rodgers, USAF (ret.), combat pilot and Distinguished Flying Cross recipient""

..".graphic writer and artist Wayne Vansant uses this medium to cleverly and successfully tell the story of German World War One flying ace Manfred von Richthofen in his entertaining book "The Red Baron." - "Aviation Week"

"Wayne Vansant profiles and brings back to life one of combat aviation's greatest legends, Manfred von Richthofena better known as the Red Barona in a graphic history that will surely entertain both young and old alike. This illustrated biography also highlights the exploits of many other combat pilots, German and Allied, and is as educational and entertaining for students as for adults. . . .

The fighter pilots of the First World War set the benchmark for later generations of pilots. Twenty years later, in an even greater world war, their legacy of conduct, chivalry, honor, innovation, and success would be remembered, even revered, by another generation of young men who would once again fly, fight, and die in hostile European skies. Other heroes would emerge, but the Red Baron will always stand alone." - "Colin D. Heaton, historian and author of The German Aces Speak and The Me 262 Stormbird"

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""Bombing Nazi Germany" (2013), and "The Red Baron" (2014, all Zenith) graphic novels, now addresses the major battle that led to Germany's surrender. The photo-realistic and full-color illustrationsa Dwight D. Eisenhower, Adolf Hitler, and other major players are authentically captureda add gravity. This work is factual and mostly neutral, not going into the reasons behind the war, only the military strategies employed by each side. Though the book lacks a time line, the maps and detailed descriptions of the tanks used are a nice feature. A useful resource in exploring this historic battle and a fine edition to classrooms as well as libraries. Purchase of the previous titles is recommended for a complete look at the war." a School Library Journal"

..".graphic writer and artist Wayne Vansant uses this medium to cleverly and successfully tell the story of German World War One flying ace Manfred von Richthofen in his entertaining book "The Red Baron." - Aviation Week



"The Red Baron takes you into the cockpit of Manfred von Richthofen's blood-red Fokker and hurls you into aerial duels in a way made possible only in a graphic history. This legendary story of men who flew with the wind in their wires will stay with you long after you savor Wayne Vansant's words and illustrations." - Robert F. Dorr, USAF (ret.), historian and author of Fighting Hitler's Jets



"The Red Baron by Wayne Vansant is more than a gripping graphic biography of Baron Manfred von Richthofen, the greatest ace of World War I. Vansant has not only done a remarkable job in telling the story of the Red Baron, he has presented an insightful account of the development of combat aviation, and his depictions of aerial actions are absolutely thrilling. But as important visually as they are, his real achievement is in going beyond the exciting dogfights. He rounds out the story with remarkable diligence, revealing the men behind the pilots and the importance of the aircraft that they flew. The Red Baron is an exceptional addition to the historiography of World War I and combat aviation. Bravo!" - Dwight Jon Zimmerman, award-winning and New York Times best-selling military history author



"I have been an avid student of military aviation and history since I was a child, and The Red Baron by Wayne Vansant is the best short biography of the life and career of Manfred Von Richthofen that I have found. At the same time, it is a very well-written history of the early days of aerial warfare. Vansant not only gives us the play-by-play of the air war, he also highlights the development of aircraft, weapons, and, most importantly, the evolution of the tactics used. A job very well done!" - Lt. Col. Thomas E. Rodgers, USAF (ret.), combat pilot and Distinguished Flying Cross recipient



"Bombing Nazi Germany (2013), and The Red Baron (2014, all Zenith) graphic novels, now addresses the major battle that led to Germany's surrender. The photo-realistic and full-color illustrationsa Dwight D. Eisenhower, Adolf Hitler, and other major players are authentically captureda add gravity. This work is factual and mostly neutral, not going into the reasons behind the war, only the military strategies employed by each side. Though the book lacks a time line, the maps and detailed descriptions of the tanks used are a nice feature. A useful resource in exploring this historic battle and a fine edition to classrooms as well as libraries. Purchase of the previous titles is recommended for a complete look at the war." a School Library Journal



"Wayne Vansant profiles and brings back to life one of combat aviation's greatest legends, Manfred von Richthofen?"better known as the Red Baron?"in a graphic history that will surely entertain both young and old alike. This illustrated biography also highlights the exploits of many other combat pilots, German and Allied, and is as educational and entertaining for students as for adults. . . .

The fighter pilots of the First World War set the benchmark for later generations of pilots. Twenty years later, in an even greater world war, their legacy of conduct, chivalry, honor, innovation, and success would be remembered, even revered, by another generation of young men who would once again fly, fight, and die in hostile European skies. Other heroes would emerge, but the Red Baron will always stand alone." - Colin D. Heaton, historian and author of The German Aces Speak and The Me 262 Stormbird

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Writer and artist Wayne Vansant (Mableton, GA), who served in the U.S. Navy during Vietnam, was the primary artist for Marvel’s The ’Nam for more than five years and has since written and illustrated many other historically accurate books. He is one of the foremost writer-artists working in military-themed graphic nonfiction today. His most recent graphic novels for Zenith Press include Normandy (2012), Gettysburg (2013), Grant vs. Lee (2013), Bombing Nazi Germany (2013), and The Red Baron (2014).


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