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CALLAHAN, THE LAST WAR BIRD, Skelton, Marvin, Sunflower Press, 1980, vg (soft cover, spiral bound), see scan, Larry Callahan was one of the "Three Musketeers of the Air" along with John McGavock Grider & Elliott White Springs in WW I. many photos, 143 pgs. $100.00
CAMEL DRIVERS, Reed & Roland, Schiffer, 1996, new, see photo, 17th Aero flew Sopwith Camels under British Command along Western Front, aerial warfare without parachutes, field assignments, flight assignments, photos, 155 pgs. $39.95
CAMBRAI, AIRFIELDS & AIRMEN, O'Connor, Mike, Pen & Sword, 2003, new, soft cover, see photo, series of WW I airfields & pilots, photos & maps, 192 pgs. $16.00
CAPT. GEORGES GUYNEMER, Musciano, Walter, Hobby Helpers, 1963, soft cover (spiral bound, inked name), see photo, many photos & illustrations, 64 pgs. $15.00
CARL MENCKHOFF, Tager, Hannes (Editor), Aeronaut, 2013, new (pictorial cover), see photo, one of Germany’s great aces of WWI, who scored 39 victories & was awarded the Pour le Mérite. Continues until today with the touching story of two families, the Menckhoffs & the Averys, uniting years after Menckhoff’s last combat when he was downed by fledgling American pilot Walter L. Avery of the 95th Aero Squadron. 208 photos, 14 in color, 9 illustrations, maps, color profiles. $39.95
CASUALTIES OF THE GERMAN AIR SERVICE 1914-1920, Franks, Bailey & Duiven, Grub Street, 1999, new, see photo, lists of German casualties was published in 1932 & gave the majority of known losses suffered by the Luftatreitkrafte, now totally revised, re-arrange in chronological & alphabetical order information on units, losses on operational sorties, training flights, air raids, illnesses, 384 pgs. $27.50
CAVALRY OF THE CLOUDS, Sweetman, John, Spellmount, 2010, f/f (new copy), see photo, traces the evolution of air power in North-West Europe, author draws on personal correspondence, photos, 224 pgs. $12.50
CAVALRY OF THE CLOUDS, Bott, Alan Capt., Doubleday, Page & Co., 1918, vg (no dj, worn, bookplate), in the introduction the author forsees the importance of mass bombing of enemy targets, on the daily life of a Flying Officer in France in the early years of World War I, photo, 266 pgs. $15.00
CHRONICLES OF 55 SQUADRON, Miller, L., Naval & Military Press, 2004, soft cover reprint, see photo,history of 55 Squadron in the RFC and RAF over the Western front in 1917 and 1918. Includes quirky details of flying life such as the full text of flier’s songs and a glossary of squadron slang, illustrated with black and white drawings; the book also comes with some fascinating appendices, such as the texts of airmen’s song sung around the squadron’s piano in the intervals between ‘ ops’, 126 pgs. $19.95
COLOR PROFILES OF WORLD WAR 1, COMBAT PLANES, Apostolo & Bignazzi, Crescent, 1974, vg/vg, see scan, analysis, photos & color profiles of all types of WW I aircraft, 208 pgs.
$25.00
CONTACT! NAVAL AVIATOR CAREERS, ASSIGNED NUMBERS 1 to 2000, Arthur, Reginald Wright, Naval Aviation Register, 1967, fine condition, a listing (with biographies of the first 2000 Naval aviators & their aviator numbers, also listed are 17 aviators (with biographies) from the same time frame, who did not receive offical Navial aviator numbers. There is a list of names & numbers from 2001 through 3000 without th biographical information. A chronology of Navial aviation history from September 1919 through 1918 is included. Beyond that are 30 pages recording the deaths of the first 2000 aviators, 612 pgs. $65.00
CURTISS HS FLYING BOATS, Molson & Shortt, Naval Institute, 1995, new, soft cover, see photo, development & history of HS type flying boats from their beginning as a maritime patrol aircraft through WW I, HS-2L flying boat's role in the development of aviation in Canada is presented, as well as the Hx of the only HS-2L now in existance, it's recovery & restoration at Canada's National Aviation Museum, photos & drawings, 147 pgs. $25.00
COURAGE OF THE EARLY MORNING, THE, Bishop, William, McClelland & Stewart Limited, 1965, f/f see photo, a son's biography of his famous father, Billy Bishop, photos, 211 pgs. $20.00
CUXHAVEN RAID, THE, Layman, R.D., Conway, 1985, vg/vg (price clipped), see photo, account of the planning, operation and aftermath of the world's first carrier borne air strike against the German airship base at Cuxhaven, 1914, photos & maps, 160 pgs. $15.00

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