• RVZ-075 Under the wing - the Yalu. 224 IAP in the Korean War
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilots of the 64th Fighter Aviation Corps of Air Defence came together in an unequal confrontation with pilots of the Fifth Air Force of USA, in the russian literature is just beginning to unfold. For political reasons a glorious page in the history of the Russian Air Force for nearly half a century has been hidden from Russians themselves.
Few memoirs of participants of fights in the sky of Korea, that were published only relatively recently, mainly devoted to the initial period of the air war. A collection of "224th Fighter Regiment of Soviert Air Force in the Korean War" is the first book about Soviet pilots who finished this war. It consists of two parts.
The first part is an autobiographical novel of Lev Petrovich Kolesnikov, written in 1970, but published many years after his death. It can be rightfully attributed to the best works of art devoted to the theme of "Stalin's falcons" in the Korean war 1950-1953 yy. It is written in an easy and vivid memoirs of an ordinary pilot, passed through the crucible of war in which the Soviet Union officially did not participate.
The second part is a brief history of hostilities of 224th Fighter Regiment, 32nd Fighter Division, where L. P. Kolesnikov was at service, prepared by the researchers of the air war in Korea Igor Atayevich Seidov and Sergey Gennadyevich Vakhrushev.
It includes memories of other veterans of the 224-th Fighter Regiment, excerpts from archival documents, graphic reconstruction of the aircraft of the warring parties, commentary and application. On the basis of media materials, as well as data provided by foreign colleagues-historians, disproved some legends of the Korean war generated by Western propaganda during half a century of silence of the Communist-bloc countries.
The main part of the information published for the first time.
Hardcover book. Collector's edition with higher quality coated paper. 200 pages, format 240 х 310 mm. Russian text. Very rich illustrated.
This unique edition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Air Force of Russia. The theme of the battles in the skies over Korea in 1950-1953 yy, where Soviet pilot

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