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eBook The Red Falcon: The Dare-Devil Aces Years Volume 4 download ISBN: 0979409276
Author: Robert J. Hogan
Publisher: Age of Aces Books (July 7, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 372
ePub: 1344 kb
Fb2: 1870 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Journey back to an Age of Aces! The Yanks and English know him as “The Red Falcon. This item: The Red Falcon: The Dare-Devil Aces Years.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The French call him “L’ Faucon Rouge. And the Germans curse him as “Verdamnt Der Rot Falker”. Unjustly wanted for a firing squad on his own side of the lines-facing death from the Germans on the other. He is a man abandoned by his country. There's a problem loading this menu right now.

Journey Back To An Age Of Aces! He was an outcast ace! The prey of friend and foe alike. has been added to your Cart. From their hidden base in the Vosges Mountains.

The Red Falcon: The Dare-. And if you remember G-8 then you should know Robert J. Hogan for he wrote those stories and also wrote the stories in this book.

Journey back to an Age of Aces! The Yanks and English know him as The Red. Before pilot and airplane demonstrator Robert J. Hogan created G-8 and His Battle Aces, he created The Red Falcon which ran for 5 years in Dare-Devil Aces before moving to G-8. Here is the premiere volume of his collected exploits. Stories in Volume 1: The Red Falcon, The Bat Squad, The Masked Drome, Hurricane Buzzard, Midnight Staffel, The Death Squadron, The Hooded Squadron, Dynamite Cargo (G8 crossover).

In this grim business of war, The Red Falcon Flies Alone. He carries no flag and owes allegiance to none.

Dare-Devil Aces was another of the many pulps that rode the wave of popularity of World War I aviation tales in the .

Dare-Devil Aces was another of the many pulps that rode the wave of popularity of World War I aviation tales in the decade after the conflict. It made its debut in February 1932 and lasted for an astounding 135 issues. It finally closed after World War II ended, with the November 1946 issue. During its run, it presented a wide assortment of high-flying aerial series, including The Red Falcon, The Vanished Legion, The Three Mosquitoes, Molloy and McNamara, The Black Sheep of Belogue, The Mongol Ace, Chinese Brady, Captain Babyface, Smoke Wade and others

Robert Jasper Hogan was born in Buskirk, New York on 4 June 1897. Red Falcon" (pulp series from Popular Publications in Daredevil Aces, reprinted by Age of Aces).

Robert Jasper Hogan was born in Buskirk, New York on 4 June 1897. The son of a Dutch Reformed Minister, the family name was changed from Van Hoogen. His education began in Schenectady and led through Blair Academy prep school in New Jersey to graduation from St. Lawrence University. Five years later, the April 1941 issue was the last of the monthly series; thereafter it appeared every two months. The end came with the June 1944 number. Smoke Wade" (pulp series from Popular Publications, reprinted by Age of Aces).

The Red Falcon: The Dare-Devil Aces Years Volume .

The Red Falcon: The Dare-Devil Aces Years Volume 3. by Robert Hogan, Robert J. Hogan. ISBN 9780979409240 (978-794092-4-0) Softcover, Age of Aces Books, 2008.

Dare-Devil Aces (Popular Publications, In. 10¢, 112pp, pulp, cover by Frederick Blakeslee)

Dare-Devil Aces (Popular Publications, In. 10¢, 112pp, pulp, cover by Frederick Blakeslee). 4 · Zero-Zero · · ed 8 · Death Paints The Skies · William O’Sullivan · nv 35 · Vultures’s Brand · Robert J. Hogan · ss 46 · The Sky Is The Limit · Harold F. Cruickshank · ss 56 · Scrambled Aces · Robert Sidney Bowen · ss 67 · General Nuisance · William Hartley · ss 80 · Fokker Fate · Darrell Jordan · ss 87 · The Story Behind

Dare-Devil Aces (Popular Publications, In. 15¢, 128pp, pulp) Details supplied by John Locke from Table of Contents. 10 · Dynamite Vultures · Robert J. Hogan · nv. 42 · The Flying Fortress · O. B. Myers · ss. 55 · No-Man’s Squadron · Harold F. Cruickshank · ss. 68 · Wild West Patrol · C. M. Miller · ss. 81 · Would You Believe It! · Larry Jones · cl. 82 · The Zooming Zebra · Robert Sidney Bowen · ss.

In this grim business of war, The Red Falcon Flies Alone. He carries no flag and owes allegiance to none. But the Falcon is still ready to give the service of his courage, and his guns, to the men who made him an outcast. Join Barry Rand and the great warrior Sika as they fly their patched together plane from their hidden base in the Vosges Mountains to battle the Germans and help win the Great War. In this fourth exciting collection of Robert J. Hogan’s adventures of The Red Falcon, Age of Aces brings you the last of the stories from the Dare-Devil Aces years, including a second cross-over appearance by G-8 and His Battle Aces. Also in this volume is Scott Cranford’s new original story that chronicles The Red Falcon’s beginnings. Stories included: The Invisible Raiders, Boomerang Busters, Hell's Triplets, The Flame Staffel, Black Legion Patrol, Drums of Doom, The Renegade Patrol, The Branded Eagle, Vultures of Vengeance, Flight of the Vultures.