Franz Büchner

Franz Büchner (2 January 1898 – 18 March 1920) was one of the most successful German fighter aces of the First World War, shooting down 40 enemy aircraft. He survived the war, but died in 1920 while combating the communist revolutionaries in his nation. Provided by Wikipedia

by Büchner, Franz
Published 1975
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

by von Albertini, Ambrosius, Altmann, Hans-Werner, Butenandt, Adolf, Büchner, Franz
Published 1956
Springer Berlin Heidelberg