|WAR IN THE AIR - COMPLETE 9 VOLUME SET (7 TEXT + 2 MAP VOLUMES),
Raleigh & Jones, Oxford University Press, published 1922 (Vol I) through 1937 (Appendices) the history of the Royal Air Force in WW I was began by Walter Raleigh who passed away after completing the first volume. The series was completed by H.A. Jones over the next 15 years.
|Vol. I (vg condition) |
deals with the beginnings of the navigation of the air, the invention, gradual improvements, aerial forces of the British Empire, achievements in 1914.
Vol. II (vg)
Dardanelles Campaign, Western Front to Battle of Loos, Battle of Somme 1916, RNAS.
Vol. III )
Flying Operations in German East & Southwest Africa, air raids on Great Britain 1914-1916, supply, recruitment & training 1914-1916, Western Front, Battle of Arras, 1917.
Vol. III (vg)Map Case
Vol. IV (vg condition)
Aircraft with the Fleet 1917-1918, U-boat Warfare, Naval Air Operations from Dunkirk, Battle of Messines, Battle of Ypres, German Offensive, First Battles of Somme, Battles of Lys.
Vol. V (ex-library)
Raids on Great Britain, Air Operations in Egypt, Darfur & Palestine, Fall of Jerusalem, Campaign in Mesopotamia, Air Operations in Macedonia, Naval Air Operations in Mediterranean & Near-Eastern Waters.
Vol. V (vg condition)Map Case
Vol. VI (vg)
Creation of RAF, Suppy, Manpower, Independent Bombing Force, Operations in Palestine, Mesopotamia, Persia & India, Italian Front, Mediterranean in 1918, Naval Air Development & Operations, 1918.
Vol. VII Appendices (vg)
describing in detail the war effort of the British air weapons.
|14th FIGHTER GROUP IN WORLD WAR II, |
Allied invasion of North Africa in 1942, P-38 equipped, returned to Mediterranean air war in 1943, photos, 164 pgs.
| SOVIET AIRWOMEN IN COMBAT IN WORLD WAR II,|
Cottam, K.J., Millitary Affairs, Aerospace Historian, 1983, vg (comb bound) an overall look at the work of Russian female pilots , personal accounts of Lilya Lityak (fighters) and Klavida Fomicheva (dive bombers), photos, 141 pages.
| VEHICLES IN THE AIR, |
Lougheed, Victor, Reilly & Britton, 1911, vg (embossed cover), an overall look at current aviation & aeronautics. The author's name was later hanged to Lockheed. Photos & illustrations, 514 pages.
|NAVAL AIR RESERVE TRAINING COMMAND, |
Stouppe, William (Editor), 1967, Fine condition (embossed cover), this book covers the missions of the training command, the aircraft an the 18 bases, photos, 208 pages.
| OX5 AVIATION PIONEERS, |
Riebenstahl, Horst, Taylor Publishing, 1985, fine (embossed cover), history of Glenn Curtiss's legendary engine, the aircraft it powered & biographies of the members of the OX5 Club, many photos, 268 pages
|U.S. SUBMARINE LOSSES, |
G.P.O., 1963m vg (embossed cover), the 52 U.S. submarines lost in WW II are described. There is also a listing of German & Japanese submarines lost, photos, 244 pgs.
|WINGS ACROSS THE WATERS, |
White & Smith, Harbour Publishing, 2005, vg (soft cover), the history of aviation in Victoria, B.C. from the first flight (balloon) in 1871 to 1971, 600 photos, 208 pages.
Krippene, Bernice, New Past Press, 1995, fine (soft cover) the Larson Brothers & Cousin Clyde Lee established Wisconsin's first commeercial airport. After training students & barnstorming, they attempted a flight to Norway in 1932, photos, 255 pgs.
| AVIATION AND AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING BOUND MAGAZINES (VOLUME 1 1916-1917),|
This is the first 12 issues of this magazine published bi-weekly from August 1, 1916 to January 15, 1917. They have been protected by a hardcover binding (embossed name on fly page).