Red Star Against the Swastika: The Story of a Soviet Pilot over the Eastern Front
Red Star Against the Swastika: The Story of a Soviet Pilot over the Eastern Front4.36 14 5 Forfatter: Vasily B. Emelianenko Oplæser: John Pruden
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It is no wonder then that, having flown eighty combat sorties against the Germans, Emelianenko was awarded the highest decoration-the Hero of the Soviet Union. He went on to complete a total of ninety-two sorties. His plane was shot down three times, and on each occasion he managed to pilot the damaged aircraft home, demonstrating remarkable resilience and bravery in the face of terrifying odds.
Emelianenko's vivid memoirs provide a rare insight into the reality of fighting over the Eastern Front and the tactics of the Red Army Air Force. With remarkable clarity, he recalls what it was like to come face to face with a skilled, deadly and increasingly desperate enemy. Hair-raising encounters with fighters, forced landings on enemy territory, and the death of friends are all brought dramatically and movingly to life in this rare firsthand account.
Mere info om lydbogen:Forlag: Tantor Audio
Længde: 7T 57M