Excerpt from The Cornhill Magazine, Vol. 44: January to June, 1918
The struggle for the air mastery never ceases, and although it may never be absolute and complete, because the air is a big place to sweep quite clear and clean, the fact that scores of our machines spend all their ﬂying hours anywhere over Hunland from the front lines to fifty miles and more behind them for every one Hun who ﬂies over ours and, after a cruise of some minutes, races back again, is fairly good evidence of who holds the whip hand in the air.
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