2 edition of Aircraft in the Great War found in the catalog.
Aircraft in the Great War
by T. Fisher Unwin
Written in English
|Statement||by Claude Grahame-White and Harry Harper.|
For the larger overview of the WWI air war find "The First Air War, " by Lee Kennette. That book is a great foundation of understanding the larger air war in context and separates a lot of the myth and romance from the reality. Movies for the WWI air war, I like "The Blue Max" and "The Red Baron ()". Title: Great Book of World War II Airplanes Authors: Jeffrey L. Ethell Publication date: June Format: Hardcover Our take: The title pretty much says it all. This is truly a great book of WWII airplanes. Over color photos and illustrations of WWII aircraft are contained within the pages of this tome.
Such was the American aircraft carrier from World War II to the present. One of the Navy's great sailors, Admiral James Holloway III, skillfully weaves his own naval career with that of naval aviation, U.S. policy, and diplomacy during that turbulent era . Finally, for easy to find, cheapies with some but not a great deal of information, seek out Kenneth Munson's books - Aircraft of World War I, Bombers: Patrol & Reconnaissance Aircraft , and Fighters Attack and Training Aircraft; or the oft-reprinted Jane's Fighting Aircraft of World War 1.
The great RAF novel of the second world war. A searing rendering of a young fighter pilot's operational life and terrible suffering in the Battle of . In a book, necessarily packed with information concerning the rapid development of aircraft which began in the last decade of the nineteenth century and was enormously stimulated during the war of all the world, the long series of early experiments with balloons must be passed over hastily.
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GHOSTS of the Great War, Aviation in World War One is the fifth volume in Philip Makanna's classic series of books about aviation. "GHOSTS of The Great War" describes the sudden growth of aviation that began only ten summers after man's first flight and ended, four dark years later, with aircraft that had been hammered by war into reliable flying : $ The Great Navy Birds of Lake Michigan:The True Story of the Privateers of Lake Michigan and the Aircraft the Rescued,Taras C.
Lyssenko,ISBN,pp. Review by Joseph May Travel For Aircraft /5(5). [[ASIN Ghosts of the Great War: Aviation in WWI. This is a very well produced book with excellent state of the art air to air photos, combined with original photos from WW 1. The text is just right; [ not too much] and this book is a 'must have ' for WW 1 aviation enthusiasts and is significantly better than "Ghosts of the Skies /5(15).
Welcome to Aeronaut Books. Aeronaut Books is Aircraft in the Great War book publisher of aviation history books for enthusiasts by enthusiasts. Our goal is to publish fun, exciting books about aviation in the Great War for our readers, and also to preserve the history.
We have been asked why we do not publish on WW2. The reason is, it has been done. The ancient flying machines featured in GHOSTS of The Great War form the Aeroplane Collection, one of the largest collections of flyable World War One aircraft in existence.
The Collection, based in California, is currently home for 21 aircraft of the WWI period. Of these, seventeen different types are fully airworthy. Military Aviation - Specific Aircraft.
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Germany employed Zeppelins for reconnaissance over the North Sea and Baltic and also for strategic bombing raids over Britain and the Eastern Front. Illustrated with detailed artworks of combat aircraft and their markings, Aircraft of World War I: The Essential Aircraft Identification Guide is a comprehensive study of the aircraft that fought in the Great War of –Arranged chronologically by theatre of war and campaign, this book offers a complete organizational breakdown of the units on all the fronts, Author: Jack Herris.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grahame-White, Claude, b. Aircraft in the great war. London, T.F. Unwin  (OCoLC) Document Type. The Great War saw the Rise of Flight, warplanes of all types designed specifically for the purpose of winning wars.
The aircraft played a pivotal role for all sides of World War 1 when the conflict began in Early forms were typically unarmed and used in the reconnaissance role until personal weapons were added. The book also includes chapters on: Aircraft Engine Requirements (fuels, charge heating, radiator development, lubrication, and more); and Hyper Activity and Other Near Misses.
An enjoyable, informative book for aeronautical engineers, aircraft enthusiasts, WWII. German Fighter Aircraft in World War I: Design, Construction and Innovation Aug Fighter aircraft were developed during World War I at an unprecedented rate, as nascent air forces sought to achieve and maintain air ers: Series: Great War Aviation Centennial Series.
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Bloody April was the (largely successful) British air support operation during the Battle of Arras in Aprilduring which particularly heavy casualties were suffered by the Royal Flying Corps at the hands of the German Luftstreitkräfte.
The tactical, technological, and training differences between the two sides ensured the British suffered a casualty rate nearly four times as great Location: Mainly Arras, France. This book describes and illustrates the development of German single-engine night bombers, or N-types, in WWI with text, 54 rare, period photos, 7 color photos, 9 color profiles, tables of information including production quantities, serial numbers of aircraft, technical specifications, 1/48 scale drawings of the AEG N.I and Sablatnig N.I, and 1/72 scale drawings of the BFW N.I.
out of 5 stars British Aircraft Before the Great War. Reviewed in the United States on 13 December Verified Purchase. Anyone familiar with the aviation authorship of one of the co-writers, Michael H Goodall ("The Wight Aircraft " published ) this book is a "must have" for the researcher or collector of aviaton material 5/5(4).
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The airplane was invented by the Wright Brothers injust 11 years before the start of World War I. When the war first began, aircraft played a small role in warfare, but, by the end of the war, the air force had become an important branch of the armed forces.Wings of the Great War Military Aircraft We are thrilled to announce the exciting new release of Wings of The Great War, a limited-edition series of 1/72 scale models commemorating the pilots and planes on the th Anniversary of World War I.
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