The Resource Defending the Motherland : The Soviet Women who Fought Hitler's Aces, Lyuba Vinogradova; With an Introduction by Antony Beevor; Translated from the Russian by Arch Tait

Defending the Motherland : The Soviet Women who Fought Hitler's Aces, Lyuba Vinogradova; With an Introduction by Antony Beevor; Translated from the Russian by Arch Tait

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Defending the Motherland : The Soviet Women who Fought Hitler's Aces
Title
Defending the Motherland
Title remainder
The Soviet Women who Fought Hitler's Aces
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Lyuba Vinogradova; With an Introduction by Antony Beevor; Translated from the Russian by Arch Tait
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eng
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940.54/494709252
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index present
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D795.S65
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V56 2018
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non fiction
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Defending the Motherland : The Soviet Women who Fought Hitler's Aces, Lyuba Vinogradova; With an Introduction by Antony Beevor; Translated from the Russian by Arch Tait
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Defending the Motherland : The Soviet Women who Fought Hitler's Aces, Lyuba Vinogradova; With an Introduction by Antony Beevor; Translated from the Russian by Arch Tait
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"Translated from the Russian."
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Girl pilot a plane! -- How can you photograph such misery? -- When you get to the front you can wrap your feet in newspaper -- So, they are taking even young girls -- Why are you leaving us, children? -- She's just a young girl, hasn't seen people die -- No talking in the ranks! -- Stop flirting! -- There's a war on! -- An aircraft you could use to fight -- You ask how we drop bombs? -- It's simply wonderful! -- Imagine the speed! -- A whole lifetime older -- See that? Your planes have proved themselves -- Nails should be made out of people like these -- Poetry and Prose -- But we'll beat them. We just have to not go soft -- What a misfortune, what a useless death -- Not one step back -- We can do anything, we never surrender -- Falling like vultures -- Blazing away in all directions -- You darling, you've shot down a Heinkel! -- Here goes -- My sweet, winged Yak is a good machine -- Caucasus -- Are they young women, or scarecrows from the vegetable patch? -- We did not need to look for the target -- People are saying Boris Yeremin is scared of us -- If they get killed, you answer for it to me -- Marina Raskova, hero of the Soviet Union, great Russian aviatrix, has concluded her glorious career -- Why would you want to expose yourself to deadly danger -- Street women and all sorts of madcaps -- Despite the pain continued to fight the enemy -- The worst death -- Undue self-confidence, self-regard and lack of discipline -- Move it will you? She's going to blow up -- Katya's return -- I cried like I had never cried before -- I want to fly a mission. This is no time to rest -- Every word brings back again and again the grief and pain -- Wh-what kind of men are you not to be able to keep one g-girl safe?
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9781681440118
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2017045306

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