|WAR IN THE AIR - VOL. I, |
Raleigh, Walter, Clarendon Press, 1922, vg,no dj, this volume covers the development of aerial flight in Great Britain prior to WW One the formation of the Royal Flying Corps in 1912, and its early operations in France in 1914. Also chronicled is the formation of the Navy's Royal Naval Air Service and its operations in 1914, incl the Naval armoured car squadrons in France, 489 pgs.
|WAR IN THE AIR - VOL. 2, |
Jones, H.A., Hamish Hamilton, 1968, vg/vg, this volume covers in great detail the aerial operations during the Dardanelles campaign 1915-16; the Western Front from the winter of 1914-15 to the end of the Somme battles in Nov. 1916, and the Naval Aerial operations in Home Waters and the Flanders coast down to the end of 1916, 508 pgs.
|WAR IN THE AIR - VOL. IV, |
Jones, H.A., Clarendon Press, 1934, vg (some moist damage to last 2 pages & back cover), this volume covers the period 1917 and early 1918. It chronicles the operations of the RNAS with the Fleet, 1917 to March 1918 , including airships, bombers, fighter operations, , anti-U-Boat warfare, naval operations from Dunkirk. It then covers the Royal Flying Corps in France from June 1917 to March 1918, 483 pgs.
|WAR IN THE AIR - APPENDICES, |
Jones, H.A., Battery Press (Reprint), 1997, f (as new), detailed description of the British Air War, 173 pgs.
|CANADIAN AIRMEN AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR, |
Wise, S.F., Ministry of Supply & Services, 1980, f/f (as new), This is volume 1 of the Official History of the RCAF, it covers through WW I, many photos, maps, 771 pgs.
|4th FIGHTER WING IN THE KOREAN WAR, |
Davis, Larry, Schiffer, 2001, f/f (as new), This Wing (F-86) was credited with over 500 air victories & produced 25 Aces in Korea, photos, 224 pgs.
|THIRD ROUTE, THE, |
Sassoon, Philip, Sir, Doubleday, Doran, 1929, VG (minor cover wear, eraser marks on fly page), The author, British undersecretary of State for Air, accompanies the pioneering of a commercial air route from England to India in 1928 & describes the trip, photos, 279 pages.
|SHIPS IN THE SKY, |
Toland, John, Henry Holt, 1957, vg/vg (minor chipping), The history of controlled airship flight from 1865 to the Hindenburg disaster in 1937. Flights of the Graf Zeppelin, Shenandoah Norge, Italia, Santo-Dumont & many others are recounted. 16 pages of photos, 352 pgs.
|DR. ECKENER'A DREAM MACHINE,|
Botting, Douglas, Henry Holt, 2001, f/f (as new), Eckener had joined the Zeppelin Co. before WW I. He continued the airship reseach after Zeppelin's 1917 death. Eckener captained the Graf Zeppelin on many flights, including the 1929 round-the-world flight, photos, 331 pgs.
|SKY SHIP, |
Hook, Tom, Airship Publications, 1976, vg (soft cover), history of zeppelins & the story of the USS Akron (ZRS-4), which served in the U.S. Navy, 1931-33, until it was lost off the coast of New Jersey, photos, 148 pages.
Yeager & Janos, Bantam, 1985, F/F (as new), signed by Yeager, Chuck Yeager was an Ace in WW II, flying P-51s. In 1947, flying the Bell X-1, he was the first pilot to break the sound barrier, photoss, 342 pgs.
Allarad, Noel, self-published, 1976, vg/vg (rubbed), inscribed by author, Biography of Charles "Speed" Holman. Holman was a stunt pilot, barnstormer, parachutist & air mail pilot. He won the 1930 Thomson Trophy Race. He was killed in an air crash, 1931, photoss, 87 pages.
Murphy, Charles, Frederic Stokes, 1928, vg (former owner's name stapped on front end papers, This was written after Byrd's questionable flight over the North Pole & his flight to France, 1927. It was written before his Antarctic adventures beginning in 1928, photos, 368 pages.
|IMMELMANN MEINE KAMPFFUGGE, |
Immelmann, Franz, Aaugust Scherl, 1916, vg (flex cover), German text, based on Max Immelmann's diarty by hie brother, 26 photos, 132 pgs.
| JAGDFLIEGER IMMELMANN, |
KOHL, Hermann, Ensslin & Laiblin, 1939, vg (issued w/o d.j.), German text, Max Immelmann, 15 Victory Ace, WW I, 8 photos, 110 pgs.