Bowden. Featuring an informative selection of maps and photographs, this title on World War I aircraft examines German designs during the earliest days of the conflict. Witness these quickly-indispensable warplanes first take flight on the Western Front, performing aerial recon missions and providing the Germans with important information on enemy troop movements. Also, see how this intelligence helped make decisions that much easier for the Kaiser's military. 379 pages, 200 images and maps, 8½"x 11", softcover.