|TERROR OF THE AUTUMN SKIES ,
Pardoe, Blaine, Skyhorse Publishing, 2008, new, see photo,a glimpse into the entire life of Frank Luke, describes the battles fought by Frank Luke in the Great War, but he also provides an insight into his
life & the people who he knew, new information regarding Frank's fiance is fascinating, shows a different dimension to the "ungallant loner", photos, 301 pgs. ||$10.00 |
| UNDER THE GUNS OF THE GERMAN ACES, Franks & Giblin, Grub Street, 1997, new, see photo,
profiles of the victims of Voss, Immelmann, Goering & Lothar von Richthofen, photos, 192 pgs. || $25.00 |
| UNDER THE GUNS OF THE KAISER ACES, Franks & Giblin, Grub Street, 2003, new, see photo,
complete victory records of Bohme, Muller von Tutschek and Wolff, many photos, 192 pgs.
| UNDER THE GUNS OF THE RED BARON, Franks, Giblin & McCrery, Grub Street, 1957, new, see photo,
a minibiography of each of BaronManfred von Richthofen's 123 Allied air battle victims between September 1916 and April 1918,
over 100 of the legendary German fighter ace's shoot downs are depicted in photographs, 224 pgs.
|| $25.00 |
|UNITED STATES NAVAL AVIATION, 1910-1918, Shirley, Noel C., Schiffer, 2000, new, see photo,
comprehensive study, includes naval activities, lighter than air craft, Naval Air
Stations (domestic and foreign), many photos, 336 pgs.
| UP AND AT 'EM, Hartney, Harold, Stackpole & Sons, 1940, vg/vg , see photo,
author was 6 victory ace, commanded 1st Pursuit Group(27th, 94th, 95th
& 147th Aero Sqdns), photos, 333 pgs. || $25.00 |
| VANGUARD OF AMERICAN VOLUNTEERS, Morse, Edwin, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1918, good (no dj) (inked name blacked out),
Ameicans in the Foreign Legion, with famous British regiments, with the Red Cross in Servia, with ambulances in France, doing relief work in Belgium, in Northern France & as volunteer airmen including the Lafayette Escadrille, photos
photos, 281 pgs. || $10.00 |
|VICTORIA CROSS: WWI AIRMEN AND THEIR AIRCRAFT (Volume 1), Revell, Alex, Aeronaut, 2016, new (soft cover),
updated version, story of the 19 British pilots who were awarded Britainís highest award for valour for their heroic actions during WWI.
These biographies are illustrated with 144 photos & 42 color profiles of aircraft flown by these men, including of all the aircraft flown
in the Victoria Cross actions, 156 pgs.
| VICTORIA CROSS, Revell, Alex, Flying Machine Press, 1997, new, soft cover,
see photo, account of the 19 men who were awarded Britain's highest
gallantry decoration in the Great War from the RNAS, RFC and RAF, detailed accounts of the pilot's
career's along with numerous photos, color plates of their aircraft & color schemes, 96 pgs.
|| $10.00 |
| VINTAGE WAR BIRDS SERIES (World War I) |
| VIVID AIR, THE, Flammer, Philip, University of Georgia Press, 2008, new, soft cover, see photo,
detailed & well researched history of the 38 Americans who flew in the French
Unit N-124, photos, 249 pgs.
|| $22.95 |
| VON RICHTHOFEN AND THE FLYING CIRCUS, Nowarra & Brown, Harleyford, 1958, vg (tape marks on fly page)f/vg,
see photo, story of the Flying Circus and details of von Richthofen's 80 victories,
approx. 500 photos, 208 pgs. || $35.00 |
| VON RICHTHOFEN, THE LEGEND EVALUATED, Bickers, Richard Townshend, Naval Institute, 1996, as new, see photo,
evaluation of Richthofen as a fighter pilot & leader in comparison with pilots, his influence on air
fighting in his own time to other wars, photos, 172 pgs.
|| $20.00 |