I thought I knew quite a bit about the Fokker DVII, but here too there was plenty of interesting material and accounts from German pilots that I had not encountered before.
As usual for the duel series, the book is divided into a eight self-contained sections: Design and Development, Technical Specifications, The Strategic Situation, The Combatants, Combat, Statistics and Analysis, and Aftermath.
As I’ve noted before, this structure has the advantage of making the book easy to pick up and read a section at a time. Although it does result in a little duplication from section to section, it wasn’t as noticeable in this book as the Seafire vs Zero book.
Overall, a big thumbs up. If WWI aviation is your thing, then this book will deliver. If your interest is in the French or American operations in the closing months of the war, then it is a must.