Many air fighters painted an emblem on their machines, and William Kidd felt like a pirate with crossed cutlasses marked on his Sopwith Camel. That was before he shot down the ace German fighter with the broadsword on his plane . . . and then did the same to his son in the Spanish Civil War.
Now, a new war was on the horizon and the Cutlass and the Broadsword were destined to cross blades again!
Slight indentation at front, minor general wear. Book is sound, bright and in good condition. Bags and boards optional, please add during checkout if required. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.