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Art: Francis Bergèse
Script: Bernard Asso
Color: Frédéric Bergèse
|1. 1993 48p.||La bataille d'Angleterre|
Cinebook recounts #1: Battle of Britain
ISBN: 9781905460397 (48p.) (2009) Format: Softcover
On the 15th of May 1940, the forces of the Third Reich surge into northwestern France after the breakthrough in Sedan. While preparing for complete peace, the unwary French are surprised and defeated. The Germans block off the British Expeditionary force in the Dunkirk Pocket. But an incomprehensible hesitation on the part of the German Army allows Her Majesty's forces to escape back to England. In the face of a victorious Reich, the fate of the world will rest for a few months on the shoulders of a handful of men: the RAF pilots.
|2. 1995 48p.||La bataille de France||Art & Script: Daniel Chauvin|
|3. 1997 46p.||La bataille des Malouines||Art: Daniel Chauvin|
Cinebook recounts #2: The Falklands War
ISBN: 9781849180566 (48p.) (2009) Format: Softcover
In 1982, conflict erupts between Great Britain and Argentina, putting important forces into play. Argentina decides to seize the Falkland Islands, which had been occupied by the United Kingdom since the beginning of the 19th century. On April 2, an island landing of Argentine forces succeeds, taking the government of Margaret Thatcher by surprise. Argentina asserts its sovereignty over the islands. While hoping for a diplomatic solution, No. 10 Downing Street prepares a large-scale operation to regain control of the Falkland Islands. Along with the use of traditional combat techniques, these operations also provide an extraordinary test of modern electronic war weaponry.
|4. 1998 61p.||Roland Garros||Art: Marcel Uderzo | Script: Jean-Pierre Lefèvre-Garros|
|6. 2005 44p.||Les frères Wright||Art: Marcel Uderzo | Script: Jean-Pierre Lefèvre-Garros | Color: Monique Ott|
Cinebook recounts #3: The Wright Brothers
ISBN: 9781849181006 (48p.) (2011) Format: Softcover
In this third volume, RFC fighter pilot Biggles recounts the Wright brothers, who invented the modern aeroplane. The brothers made the first controlled, powered and sustained heavier-than-air human flight on December 17, 1903; in the following two years, they developed their flying machine into the first practical fixed-wing aircraft. Although not the first to build and fly experimental aircraft, the Wright brothers were the first to invent aircraft controls that made fixed-wing flight possible.