Ali sopra le Ande
“Ali sopra le Ande” is a detailed research work about the influence of the Italian airplanes in the Peruvian Air Force. Through more than two hundred pages, the reader is taken in a journey from 1921 to 2021 that reveals an important part of the Peruvian aeronautical history, wrote by Amaru Tincopa, a prolific Peruvian researcher who delivers his 15th publication with a detailed review of the Italian presence from the very beginning of the Peruvian Air Force and, through difficult periods of armed conflicts with neighbors’ countries where the Italian airplanes played a meritorious role. This research is complemented with hundreds of historical unpublished images that depicts every stage of the Italian influence in the Peruvian Air Force up to our days. Also, this comprehensive research work is illustrated with more than twenty detailed profiles of the Italian planes with the colors have sported through the time drawn by illustrator Pablo Albornoz.

Aviation Art & History thanks the confidence of the author for the edition of this magnificent piece of history about the Peruvian aeronautics which is added to our previous works related with the Latin America aviation history with titles “North American NA-16 combat variants” by Doug MacPhail and, “P-38 in Latin America” by Dan Hagedorn.
Autores: Amaru Tincopa, Julio Arróspide (editor e ilustrador)
• Idioma: inglés
• Tapa blanda/dura/Kindle: 224 páginas
• Peso: 0.5 kg
• Dimensiones: 17 x 1.4 x 24.4 cm 


Kindle Format

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