A; B; C ; D-E; F; G; H-I; J-L; M-N; 0-P; R; S; T-V; W-Z;
ABOVE THE FRENCH LINES, Walcott, Benjament, Princeton University Press, 1918, vg (spine fade, some yellowing discoloration on cover), see photo,
letters of Stuart Walcott, American Aviator July 4, 1917 to December 8, 1917, enlisted June 1917 in French aviation, trained at Avord,
was assigned to Escadrille Spad 84, KIA on Dec. 12, 1917 after gaining one victory, 93 pgs.
$58.00 ABOVE THE TRENCHES, Shores, Franks & Guest, Grub Street,
1996, new, see photo, complete record of British & Commonwealth aces w/detailed
logs of their victories, photos, 397 pgs. $69.95 (out of print)
ACE OF THE BLACK CROSS, Udet, Ernst, Frontine Books, 2013, new (reprint of the original 1935 publication), see photo,
Memoirs of Udet, he captures what many young piots felt, he later became a stunt pilot, joined the Nazi Party &
became involved in the early development of the Luftwaffe, photos, 202 pgs.
$34.95 ACES FALLING, Hart, Peter, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2007, new, see photo, war above the trenches, 1918,
based on the author's unprecedented access to rare manuscripts and firsthand accounts held in Britain's Imperial War Museum - reveals the terrible scope of combat,
photos, 386 pgs.
$30.00 ACES HIGH, Clark, Alan, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1973, vg/vg,
see photo, illustrated chronicle of aerial warfare during five
turbulent years, study of the tatics & strategies of the combat 'Aces' that led to
Allied victory, photos, 192 pgs.
$12.00 ACE WITH ONE EYE, Oughton & Smyth, Frederick Muller Limited, 1963, vg/vg
see photo, story of 'Mick' Mannock, VC, who officially shot down 73 enemy planes &
unoffically nearly a hundred, he was blind in one eye, 307 pgs. Soft cover reprint available (Fortunes of War), 184 pgs. $16.95
$35.00 ACES, THE, Oughton, Frederick, G. P. Putnam, 1960, vg/vg, see photo, story of 'Mick' Mannock, VC, who officially shot down 73 enemy planes &
exploits of the aces of all countries, extensive appendices covering aircraft specs., zeppelin raids, casualties, Aces & scores
photos, 384 pgs. $25.00 ACES AND AIRCRAFT OF WORLD WAR I, Campbell, Christopher, Blandford Press, 1981, f/f, see photo,
photos & color plates, 144 pgs.
$20.00 ACES AND AIRMEN OF WORLD WAR I, Wood, Alan, Brassey, 2002, new, see photo,
biographical sketches of aces from all the major nations, photos, 176 pgs.
$20.00 ACES AND KINGS, Sutherland, L.W., Aviation Book Club, 1935, vg (minor foxing, cover wear),
reminiscences by Flight Lieutenant Sutherland who served with No. 1 Squadron of the Australian Flying
Corps, which operated in a Royal Flying Corps wing, photos, 276 pgs. Vintage Aviation reprint (soft cover)
$10.00 available $35.00 AER0NAUT SERIES (World War I) AEG AIRCRAFT OF WW I, Herris, Jack, Aeronaut, 2015, new (soft cover), see scan,
describes & illustrates the development of AEG aircraft in WWI, 277 photos, 70 color profiles, production quantities &
serial numbers of aircraft, dimensions & performance specifications, 8 AEG aircraft types are illustrated in either 1/72 (2 aircraft)
or 1/48 (6 aircraft) scale drawings. 186 pgs.
n/a (reordered) ACES OF JAGDGESCHWADER NrIII, VanWyngarden, Greg, Osprey, 2016. Aircraft of the Aces #128,
see scan, Aces such as Carl Bolle, Paul Bäumer, Heinrich Bongartz, Hermann Frommherz, Rudolf Klimke & Hermann Göring
names in the record books flying in this formidable formation. examines the tactics, achievements &
personalities of one of the deadliest of Germany's aerial units, photos & color plates, 96 pgs.
$19.95 AGAINST THE ODDS, Williams, W. Alister, Bridge Books, 1989,
new (soft cover) , see photo, life of Greoup Captain Lionel Rees VC,
photos, maps, 281 pgs. $20.00 AIR ACES OF THE 1914-1918 WAR, Robertson, Bruce, ed.,
Harleyford, 1959, vg/vg , see photo,brief AF histories
of the 8 major belligerents, bios. of major aces & ace lists,
many photos, 212 pgs. $25.00 AIRCO, Davis, Mick, Crowood, 2001, new, see photo,
aircraft manufacturing company, covers Farmans, blimps,
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$38.00 AIRCRAFT OF WORLD WAR I, Herris & Pearson, Amber, 2014, new, see scan,
covers all types arranged chronologically & by theatre. There are more than 250 color profiles, 192 pgs.
$20.00 AIRFIELDS & AIRMEN OF THE CHANNEL COAST,
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coastline during The Great War, in addition to the Royal Fighting Corps & RAF aspect this
volume covers the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) & Belgian Air Service (AMB) as well as the German Naval Air Service,
photos, 208 pgs. $16.00
AIRMANS OUTINGS, AN , "Contact" (Alan Bott), Greenhill, 1986, vg/vg,
Bott was an RFC observer with No.70 Squadron flying in Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutters on the
Western Front, first part of the book deals with British reconnaissance, the second part is entitled "letters from
the Somme", 323 pgs.
$22.00 AIRMAN'S WAR 1914-18, AN, Liddle, Peter, Blandford Press, 1987, f/f, see photo,
letters, diaries, log books, related papers & other archives this work reveals the personal observations of airmen during
WW I, many photos, 226 pgs.
$25.00 AIRMEN OF WORLD WAR 1, Bowyer, Chaz, Arms & Armour, 1975, vg/vg, see photo,
photograhic record of British & Empire air forces, covers Air Aces, Women, incudes songs & stastics, 128 pgs.
$24.00 AIRSHIP VC, THE, Rimell, Raymond, Aston, 1989, f/f, see photo,
Captain William Leefe Robinson of the Royal Flying Corps. He was awarded the Victoria Cross for
shooting down the first airship over London on the night of Feb. 3rd September 1916, photos, 128 pgs.
$25.00 AIR VCs, THE, Cooksley, Peter, Sutton, 1996, new, see photo,
describes the actions that led the the awarding of all 19 air
VCs during WW I, photos, 204 pgs. $19.00 AIR WAR FLANDERS-1918, Jackson, Robert, Airlife, 1998,
new,see photo, examines the development of air fighting between April & November 1918,
assessing German & Allied air power in 1917 then moves on to cover the development of bombing operations on both sides,
new aircraft and the contribution of the US & French air forces
, many photos, 160 pgs. $29.95
ALBATROS D.I-D.II, Miller, James, Osprey Vanguard Series #5, new, soft cover, 2012, see photo, photos, color plates, fold-out cut-way, 64 pgs.
$18.95 ALBATROS D-II, Hofling, Rudolf, Schiffer, 2002, new, soft cover, see photo,
history, registration numbers, many photos, line drawings, color plates, 53 pgs.
$12.00 ALBATROS D.III, Miller, James, Osprey, 2014, new (soft cover), see scan,
Air Vanguard #13, Johannisthal, OAW & Oeffag variants, design & development, technical specifications,
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$18.95 ALBATROS D.V/D.Va - BUILDING THE WINGNUT WINGS - MODELLING SPECIAL No. 2,
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kit, many photos, detail sketches, colour profiles
$35.00 ALBERT BALL, VC, Bowyer, Chaz, Bridge Books, 1994, new, see photo,
credited with 44 combat victories in a period of 15 months of active service,
photos, 197 pgs. New soft cover edition available for $19.95 $29.95 ALLIED AVIATION OF WORLD WAR I Cowin, Hugh, Osprey, 2000, new, soft cover,
see photo, Aviation Pioneer Series, many photographs with
captions, 96 pgs. $10.00 AMERICAN FOR LAFAYETTE, AN, Brown, Dale (editor), University Press of Virginia, 1981, f/f (as new),
diaries of E.C.C. Genet, shot down in his Nieuport on 4/16/17, first American to die in combat, photos, 224 pgs.
$20.00 AMERICAN MILITARY AIRCRAFT 1908-1919, Casari, Robert, Aeronaut, 2014, new (oversized, issued with pictorial cover, see scan,
More than 1,000 photos & drawings, 38 color profiles. Covers all American military aircraft produced domestically or purchased from France, Britain, and Italy,
$99.95 ) AMERICAN'S PIONEER ACES, Farmer, James, BAC Publishers, 2003, new, see photo,
comprehensive look at the demands placed on America's Great War pursuit fliers, photos & illustrations, 302 pgs.
$29.95 AMERICA'S FIRST AIR WAR, Treadwell, Terry, MBI, 2000, new, see photo,
reasons why the US entered the war, development of the US Air Service & Naval Air Service,
early uses of aircraft in a combat situation, detail specific battles & units of the war, highlight key personalities
& ordinary pilots, included are escape reports from pilots
photos, 176 pgs. $10.00 AMERICA'S FIRST EAGLES, Thayer, Lucien, Bender, 1983, f/f, see photo,
official history of the U.S. Air Service 1917-1918, photos & illustrations, 360 pgs. $25.00 AN AMERICAN PURSUIT PILOT IN FRANCE 1917-1919, Thomas & Becker (editors), White Mane Publishing, 1994, vg/vg ,
collection of letters & diaries from Roland W. Richardson, a pilot who flew in France with the 203rd Aero Squadron,
from training to deployment overseas & combat, he flew a variety of aircraft incl Spads, Caudrons, Nieuports, Sopwiths & Avro's,
photos, 198 pgs.
AMERICAN SPIRIT, Adams, Briggs Kilburn Ltn., Atlantic Montly Press, 1918, vg, see photo,
letters of Briggs Kilburn Adams, Lieutenant of the RFC, served with American Ambulance Service in France, 1916, enlisted in the
RFC, 1917, attached to No. 18 Squadron RFC, killled at the front in March 1918, photo, 103 pgs.
AN AIRMAN MARCHES, EARLY FLYING ADVENTURES 1914-1923 , Balfour, Harold, Greenhill, 1985, Vintage Aviation Library reprint, f, soft cover,
Bookplate signed by Balfour along with "43 Sqdn R.F.C. 1916-1918" see photo,
Balfour was commissioned Second Lt.in Special Reserves, he learned to fly by taking private lessons, 1916, he joined No. 43 Squadron in France, after
a crash, he was posted to No. 43 Squadron as Flight Commander in Nov. 1917, he ended the war as a major, photos, 204 pgs.
$45.00 ANNALS OF 100 SQUADRON, Burge, C. Gordon, Bivouac Books, 1975, fine, see scan,
limited edition of original Squadron history, record of the war activities of
the pioneer night bombing squadron in france from March 1917 - November 1918,
includes operations within the Independent Air Force of the RAF, a list of all
serving officers, NCOs and men, 211 pgs.
$38.00 ARRAS: AIRFIELDS & AIRMEN, O'Connor, Mike, Leo Cooper, 2004, new, soft cover, see photo,
new series on the WW I airfields & pilots, photos & maps, 192 pgs.
$16.00 AUSTRALIAN FLYING CORPS IN THE WESTERN AND EASTERN THEATRES OF WAR, 1914-1918, Cutlack, F.M., Angus & Robertson, 1953, vg (spine fade, some yellowing),
Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918 - Volume 8, covers first operations of the 'half flight' of the Australian Flying Corps in
Mesopotamia in 1915 & the 1916 Sinai, Egypt and Palestine operations up to the Australian offensive against the Turkish armies in 1918
& in France where they remained on operations until the war ended. maps & photos, 493 pgs.
$45.00 AUSTRALIAN HAWK OVER THE WESTERN FRONT
Hellwig, Adrian, Grub Street, 2006, new, see photo, biography of Major R. S. Dallas,
Australia’s leading air ace of all time and, with fifty victories, also one of the
highest-scoring Commonwealth aces, until this excellently researched volume, there has
never been a full biography of this exceptional pilot, whose fighting career spanned from 1916 to 1918,
photos, 221 pgs.
$30.00 AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ALBATROS ACES OF WORLD WAR I, Varriale, Paolo, Osprey Aircraft of the Aces #110,
new, soft cover, many photos, color plates, 96 pgs.
$19.95 AVIATIK AIRCRAFT OF WW I, Herris, Jack, Aeronaut, 2014, new (soft cover),
160 photos, 34 color profiles, scale drawings of 7 aircraft in 1/48 scale, 90 pgs.
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