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Old 2nd December 2018, 12:44
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Bulgarian Air force in world war two

Please, what do you think of the book just published by helion 'Bulgarian air force in world war 2" by Alexander mladenov.

thank you very much

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Old 2nd December 2018, 17:01
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Re: Bulgarian Air force in world war two

I was not aware of the book until now. Will order it, for sure, to be able to check it out...
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Old 2nd December 2018, 21:46
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Re: Bulgarian Air force in world war two

148 pages?

Unless Dénes reverts with a glowing report, I think I stick with his two-volume fighter colours ...

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Re: Bulgarian Air force in world war two

Thanks for the info, will also have to order it.
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Re: Bulgarian Air force in world war two

Stig, I will not have a chance to report on this new book for a couple of weeks.
For reference, the pagecount of vol 1. of my book is 296, while of vol. 2 will be somewhat less (about 550 pages in total).
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Old 3rd December 2018, 11:00
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Re: Bulgarian Air force in world war two

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Stig, I will not have a chance to report on this new book for a couple of weeks.
For reference, the pagecount of vol 1. of my book is 296, while of vol. 2 will be somewhat less (about 550 pages in total).
Exactly my point Dénes

550 pages on fighters alone vs 148 pages in total for this one.
Take your time, no hurry, but I am very interested in your verdict, considering there has been published overviews before, even in English.

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