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World War I Titles - pg. 14

WAR BIRD, Davis, Burke, University of North Carolina, 1991, new, see photo, bio of Elliott White Springs, after gaining his wings he was posted to Europe where, after Pershing decreed that pilots were to be ranked as sergeants, he resigned his commission & joined the RFC, he first served in 85 Squadron, under Bishop, before being transferred to the US Army where he flew with 148th Squadron & ended the war as America's fifth ranking ace with 16 victories, after his return to the USA he spent a period barnstorming, photos, 267 pgs. $10.00
WAR BIRD ACE , Ballard, Jack Stokes, Texas A & M, 2007, new, see photo, Capt. Field Kindley flew a Camel with 148th Aero Squadron. He achieved 12 aerial victories which tied him with Elliott White Springs. Kindley was killed on a flying accident, 1920, at Kelly Field, photos, drawings, 208 pgs. $20.00
WAR IN THE AIR 1914-1918, Woodhouse & Embleton, Alnark, 1974, VG (soft cover). see scan, The development of aircraft as weapons. Some of the aces, the aircraft & the progress of the air war are covered, color profiles & markings,see scan, photos, 95 pages $6.50
WAR LETTERS OF EDMOND GENET, Channing, Grace Ellery (editor), Charles Scribner's Sons, 1918, vg, see photo, first American aviator killed flying the stars and stripes, photos, 330 pgs. $65.00
WARRIORS WITH WINGS, Jablonski, Edward, Bobbs-Merrill, 1966, vg/vg, see scan, Escadrille Americaine was formed by 7 American volunteer & later known as the LaFayette Escadrille, photos, 207 pgs. $16.00
WAR WINGS - FILMS OF THE FIRST AIR WAR, Stewart, Philip, pms press, 2008, f (as new) soft cover, see scsn, guide to WW I aviation documentary motion pictures held in the National Archives, 218 pgs. $19.00
WAY OF THE EAGLE, Biddle, Jam. Charles, Scribners, 1919, vg. see scan, The author flew with Escadrille N73 & 103rd Aero Squadron. He had 7 victories. photos, 297 pgs. $25.00
WHO DOWNED THE ACES IN WW I?, Franks, Norman, Grub St., 1996, new,see photo, aces of both sides lost in air action over France, 1916-1918, photos, 218 pgs. $15.00
WHO KILLED THE RED BARON?, Carisella & Ryan, Purnell Book Service, 1969, vg/vg, see photo, answer to the controversy covering the death of the top flying ace Baron von Richtofen, photos & illustrations, 254 pgs. $17.00
WINGED WARFARE, Bishop, William, George Doran, 1918, vg , (Cover wear, spine fade), see scan, illustrated autobiography, photos, 272 pgs. $15.00
WINGLESS EAGLE, Johnson, Herbert, University of North Carolina, new, 2001, see photo, history of U.S. Army aviation, explores cutural, technical political & organization factors that stunted it's evolution, 298 pgs. $20.00
WINGS OVER THE DESERT, Seward, Desmond, Haynes, 2009, new, see photo, RFC pilot in Palestine 1916-1918, he survived being shot down, a trek across Turkish lines & 5 other major crashes, illustrations, photos & maps, 224 pgs. $10.00
WITH A SMILE AND A WAVE, Daybell, Peter, Pen & Sword, 2005, new , see photo, life of Captain Aidan Liddell, VC Mc, Capt. Liddell was awarded the VC for an RES flight with No. 7 Squadron, 31 July, 1915 after transferring from the Argyll and Sutherlard Highlandess Battalion, photos, 300 pgs.. $18.00
WITH GENERAL CHENNAULT,, Hotz, Roberet, Coward-McCann, 1943, vg/vg, see scan, Chennault's career, formation of the American Volunteer Group & personal experiences of several of the Flying Tiger pilots, photos, 276 pages. $35.00
WITH THE EARTH BENEATH, Kingsford, A.R., Aviation Book Club, 1936, vg (minor foxing), see scan, account was taken from the log book & personal papers of Cary Luke who served with No. 20 Squadron flying FE2b's in France, a few of the names have been changed by author, 211 pgs. $20.00
WONDER ACES OF THE AIR, Smithers, A. J., Gordon & Cremones, 1980, f/f (as new), see scan, 12 Aces of WW I including Ball, Mannock, McCudden & Lufbery, photos, 212 pages. $12.00
WORLD WAR ONE IN THE AIR, Delve, Ken, Crowood, 1997, new, see photo, many photographs & appendices detailing aircraft data & air aces, over 500 photos, 192 pgs. $20.00
BR>WORLD WAR I POSTERS, Borkan, Gary, Schiffer, 2002, f/f (as new). see scan, Over 450 WW I posters (in color) are included with approximate values, 240 pages. $35.00
YALE IN THE WORLD WAR - 2 VOLUMES, Nettleton, George Henry, Yale University Press, 1924, vg condition see scan, Volume 1 - Memorial sketches of Yale graduates died in WW I military service. 79 served in aviation 482 pgs.
Volume 2 - Individual service records of Yale alumni arranged by class. 70 served in aviation, 638 pgs.
YANKEE ACE IN THE RAF, A, Morrow & Rogers (editors), Univ. of Kansas, 1996, new,see photo, Morrow & Rogers, University Press of Kansas, 1996, f/f (as new), Story of Capt. Bogart Rogers, an American flying an RAAF SE-5, who became an ace with the 37 Sqdn.6 victories,, based on his letters to his fiance, photosm 264 pgs. $15.00
YEARS OF THE SKY KINGS, Whitehouse, Arch, Doubleday, 1959,vg/vg (tape marks on fly page). see scan, The development of air combat in WW I, with emphasis on fighter aircraft, photos, 336 pages. $17.50
YPRES: AIRFIELDS & AIRMEN, O'Connor, Mike, Leo Cooper, 2001, new, soft cover, see photo, new series on the WW I airfields & pilots, photos & maps, 192 pgs. $12.00
ZEPPELINS OVER ENGLAND, Poolman, Kenneth, Evans Brothers, vg/g (minor chipping), see scan, The German airship raids on England in WW I as told from both sides, photos, 224 pages. $20.00
ZEPPELIN OVER SUFFOLK, Mower, Mark, Pen & Sword, 2008, new, soft cover, see photo, final raid of the L48 over East Anglia in 1917, records the aftermath of this event, the crash site, sight-seers, airmen who survived, local folklore, photos, 148 pgs. $15.00
ZEPPELINS OF WORLD WAR I, Cross, Wilbur, Paragon House,1991, new, see photo, German Naval Airship Division's successes & ultimate failure, photos, 220 pgs. $10.00

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