My Logbook - Gunther Rall Signed Book, New And Unread, Rare
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My Logbook - Gunther Rall Signed Book, New And Unread, Rare:
This is the real deal. My Logbook by Gunther Rall. Rall was the third highest Ace, after Hartmann and Barkhorn. This hardcover book was published in English in 2006, 313 pages and 153 photos. It is the autobiography of Rall.
There was only one edition,and they sold out quickly. It is a beautiful and large book, and this is an unread copy in mint condition. This is the original signed edition, not one unsigned that was signed afterwards at some other event. Mr Rall passed away in 2009.Foreword by Bud Anderson.
These books are very rare and sought after. A few copies are available on the internet for $700-$1200.
It will be very carefully packaged and shipped. PLEASE NOTE: For some reason does not let me input more than $4.00 in the US shipping option, but standard shipping to anywhere in the world is $40.00 (this is a heavy book. Buyer will have the option to upgrade the shipping mode). Thank you for your understanding
Check my other listings for great aviation books such as Reach for the Sky signed by Douglas Bader and To Fly and Fight (special copy) signed by Anderson and Yeager, and save on shipping.-----
Detailed item infoProduct class="br">Key DetailsNumber Of Pages373 pagesEdition DescriptionAutographedPublication Verlag
Additional DetailsCopyright Date2006IllustratedYes
DimensionsWidth6.9 In.Length10 In.
Target AudienceGroupAdult Education
ContributorsEdited byKurt BraatzForeword byClarence E. Anderson
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Synopsis:Description: Günther Rall - My Logbook. Reminiscences 1938-2006. Every copy personally signed by Günther Rall. Foreword by Clarence E. Bud Anderson. Hardcover, high quality thread-stitched, 373 pages, 153 photographs. Much has been written about Günther Rall, one of the mostextraordinary pilots of all time. Now he tells his own story. From his youth in Nazi Germany to the first harsh realities of air combat over France and England. Of being hounded by the Gestapo while at the same time being showered with awards by Hitler. Of the 275 aerial victories that placed him among the top three fighter pilots in history. Of an operational career that began on the Me 109 and culminated with the F-104. A life, unequalled in war and peace, and in the skies above four continents. Forward by Bud Anderson: There is one factor that separates the good fighter pilots from the great: an inner desire to engage an oppponent one versus one, kill or be killed. This made Günther the third ranking ace in all of aviation history. His autobiography is unique in many respects. To me the best part is about the flying - but even the footnotes are filled with fascinating tidbits of viewpoints and history. This is the story of a true warrior. Bud Anderson