russian books

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  1. pikeman7000

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    I've read loads of books about the ww2, i love the flying books but prefer ones written by someone who actually was there, not by some random who has researched it all, some books i have read and enjoyed are, First light, Fighter pilot, The first and the last, and my favoirte is COMBAT CREW, i was wondering if anyone knew of any books written by any russian airmen or anyother nationalites?? I play il-2 quite a bit, and find it quite interesting,
     
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    , i was wondering if anyone knew of any books written by any russian airmen or anyother nationalites??


    There's the book Samurai written by Ace Saburo Saki, not russian but a good book none the less.

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    There's also 'Stuka Pilot' by Hans Ulrich Rudel (German) about his flying on the the Russian Front.

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