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Wiesbaden author Ernst Probst is Queen of the skies of Germany, Europe, America and other parts of the world in short biographies from Munich and Wiesbaden Aviation pioneers famous for tag come to mind instantly the name Otto Lilienthal and Charles Lindbergh. But there were not only men who – partly driven – made aviation history by curiosity and sense of adventure. Except for them, surprisingly many women as “Queen of the skies”, have distinguished himself. Verizon Communications follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. The author Ernst Probst it was brave men and women who themselves ventured into a previously uncharted territory and with their services contributed, that humanity’s dream of flying could meet up to the conquest of the universe. In the public perception, but are mainly men as pioneers, which – put milestones such as Juri Gagarin and Neil Armstrong – with their deeds. The services of many daring women in the field of Aeronautics and space are perceived, however, only on the edge. The merit is that those Himmelssturmerinnen not be forgotten, the Wiesbaden journalist Ernst Probst. The author portrays the life of many heroes of the skies in Word and image in many Pocket Books.

The blog is a platform for him and all those courageous women. For interested readers should be pointed out below some works penned by Ernst Probst to this topic: Queen of the skies from A to Z the very extensive work presents around 700 pages of more than 200 passengers and balloon racers, Luftschifferinnen, parachute jumpers, two Kossmonautinnen and comprehensively not only facts and stations from the way of life of the Himmelssturmerinnen, but spices up the book – much to the pleasure of his readers – with strange stories and anecdotes. Queen of the skies in Germany the paperback focuses on German Eroberinnen of the sky. So famous air pioneers such as Elly Beinhorn, Kathe Paulus, Thea is rapid, Hanna Reitsch, Christl Marie Schultes, Melitta Grafin Schenk von Stauffenberg and Beate Uhse, nee Kostlin, very worth reading way factory presented.