Swastika in the Gunsight, a memoirs of a russina fighter pilot 1941-43

Title:Swastika in the Gunsight, a memoirs of a russina fighter pilot 1941-43
Author:Igor Kaberov
Publisher:Alan Sutton Publishing
Cover Type:Hardback
Dust Jacket:Yes
Book Condition:Good
Description:Igor Aleksandrovich Kaberov was a World War II Soviet fighter pilot revered for bravery and valor of the highest order. This book contains his graphic account of war on the Eastern Front against the German invaders, based largely on personal diaries he kept while serving with a fighter squadron. Previously unpublished outside the Soviet Union, his story concerns the efforts of his squadron to repel German forces and is focused particularly on the desperate siege of Leningrad, one of the greatest feats of endurance in the history of warfare. There are vivid descriptions of dogfights with German fighters, the dreadful conditions that prevailed in Leningrad during the siege, and a rare insight into how a Soviet fighter squadron lived and fought.


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