|IDEALS AND TRAINING OF A FLYING OFFICER, Maclennan, Roderick, Crecy, 2009, new, see photo,
Maclennan joined the Officer’s Training Corps connected with the University of Toronto in 1915. Enlisting in Kingston he crossed the Atlantic in 1916 with the Medical Service on work which was ‘congenial and necessary’. Commissioned to the Royal Flying Corps, he trained in Oxford on the BE 2b.
these extracts from his letters were found hidden in the archives of his college, posted to France with
60 Squadron, Maclennan was killed in a flying accident less than a week after his first patrol
while flying the SE 5, 104 pgs.
| IGOR SIKORSKY, THE RUSSIAN YEARS, Finne K.N., Smithsonian, 1987, f/f, see scan,
Skiorsky began designing aircraft in Russia in 1910, climaxed by the 4 engine Ilya Muromets bombers, he emigrated to the U.S. in 1919, photos, 223 pgs.
|ILLUSTRATED RED BARON, Kilduff, Peter, Cassell, 1999, fine (soft cover, as new), see scan,
Fine copy (as new), photo history of Richthofen, over 200 photos which illuminates his public & private live, 160 pages.
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|IMAGES OF WAR: ROYAL FLYING CORPS,
Smith, Alistar, Pen & Sword, 2012, new (soft cover), see photo,
Selected images from three different Royal Flying Corps albums, photographs include training in Canada
& at Tangmere, large variety of different aircraft featured, as well as images of pilots and officers,
|IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE RED BARON,
O'Connor & Franks, Pen & Sword, 2004, new , soft cover, see photo,
this book is divided into three sectors of the WWI front line in which von Richthofen operated, each area is conveniently reached
within hours, airfield sites, memorials & the graves of Manfred's famous victims are described and directions for the battlefield walker
are included with information on related museums and historic sites with special association with this most famous of fighter pilots, photos & maps, 176 pgs.
| IN THE LION'S MOUTH, Adlen, Robert, Emis Publishing, 1985, as new (soft cover), see photo,
diary of a B-24 navigator, David Gandin, 9th & 13th AF (98th BG), WW II, killed in Korea. photos, 142 pgs.
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|JACK NORTHROP AND THE FLYING WING, Coleman, Ted, Paragon, 1988, vg/vg,
see photo, first hand report of the pioneering design of the Stealth Bomber,
photos, 284 pgs.
| JANE'S POCKET BOOK OF AIRSHIPS, Ventry & Kolesnik (editors), Collier Books, 1976, vg (soft cover),
covers airships from the 1870s to the 1970s, many photos, 244 pgs.
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|JUSTIN de GOUTIERE - PILOT, de Goutiere, Justin, G.T. Foulis, 1968, vg/vg, see scan,
autobiography, pilot for B.C. Airlines, photos, 206 pgs.
| KANGAROO ROUTE,
Hooper, Meredith, Angus, 1985, f, soft cover (as new), see scan,
the development of the England-Australia Air Route, from the Record-breaking Flights to the beginnings of Commercial Aviation, maps, photos, 216 pages.
| KNIGHT OF GERMANY, Werner, Johannes, Greenhill, 1985, Vintage Aviation Library reprint, vg, soft cover, Oswalt Boelcke - German Ace, youngest captain in German Army, photos & maps, 240 pgs.
Holmes, Harry, Airlife, 1994, f/f (as new), see photo,
operational history of the 52 U.S. submarines lost during WW II, photos, 212 pgs.
| LIGHTER THAN AIR,
Payne, Lee, A.S. Barnes, 1977, vg (inscribed to previous owner by author)/vg, see scan,
This illustrated history begins with the first LTA flight in 1783 and covers military, naval & civil airships throught the present day, many photos, 270 pgs.
|LIGHTER THAN AIR,
Crouch, Tom, John Hopkins University, 2009, new with dust jacket, see photo, illustrated history of balloons &
airships, 191 pgs. ||$9.00 |
| LIGHTER-THAN-AIR FLIGHT, Glines, Carroll, Watts, 1965, f/f, see scan,.
a collection of more than 50 articles covering the history of LTS flight from the first (1782) Montgolfier Brothers
thru Zeppelins & current dirigibles, photos, 27 pgs.
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| LINDBERGS, THE,O'Brien, P.J., International Press, 1935, good (cover wear, yellowing of pages due to age),
see scan, family history of Lindbergh, photos, 352 pgs.
| LINDBERGH - THE LONE EAGLE, Fife, George, World Syndicate Co., 1927, good (cover wear, yellowing of pages, due to age), see scan,
his life & flying achievements, photos, 282 pgs.
| LOG BOOK, Lane, Foster, Prop Press, 1977, vg/vg, see photo, 50 years of his flying experience, over 120 photographs, 168 pgs. || $8.00 |
|LT.COL. WILLIAM BARKER, CANADA'S ALL-AROUND ACE,
Musciano, Walter, Hobby Helpers, 1964, vg, soft cover, spiral bound, see photo,
served in RFC & RAF as observer, observation pilot & fighter pilot, awarded the Victoria Cross,
photographic history with drawings of his aircraft, 56 pgs.
| LUCKY 666 ,
Drury & Clavin, Simon & Schuster, 2016. new, see scan,
June 1943, Jay Zemer flew a lone B-17 six hundred miles on a photo mission to Bougainville. For this mission,
he was awarded the congresional Medal of Honor, photos, 354 pgs.
| LYRICAL AVIATORS, McClinton, Sandra, Whistling Swan Press, 2000, f/f (marked as a review copy), see photo, Her trip with her husband around the US in a Cessna 172, photos,
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| LOS ANGELES AERONAUTICS 1920-1929, Hatfield, D.D., Northrop University Press, 1973, f/f, see scan, aviation history in the Los Angeles area 1920-1929, photos, 223 pages.