A; B; C ; D-E; F; G; H-I; J-L; M-N; 0-P; R; S; T-V; W-Z;
BALLOONATAICS, Morris, Alan, Jarrolds, 1970, f/f (as new), see scan,
story of WW I observation balloons with many personal stories, photos, 212 pages.
$30.00 BATTLEBAGS, Mowthorpe, C.E.S., Alan Sutton, 1995, new, soft cover, see photo,
British airships of WW I, many photos, 194 pgs. $10.00 BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1917, Sutherland & Canwell, Penn & Sword, 2006, new, see photo, in the autumn of 1916 the Germans began to equip with the Gotha twin-engine bomber,
they were designed to carry out attacks across the channel against Britain. a group of four squadrons was established in Belgium,
they carried out their first bombing raid towards the end of May 1917, this 22 aircraft sortie, against the town of Folkestone,
caused 95 deaths, in mid-June a force of 18 Gothas attacked London in broad daylight, over 90 British fighters met them, but not one
Gotha was brought down, photos, 168 pgs. $18.00 BATTLE OF CHATILLON, Rainey, Lt. J.K. (editor), Dean-Hiscks, 1919, vg (embossed cover), see scan,
The second corps aeronauatical school based at Chatillon-Svr-Seine, 1918-1919, over 200 photographs, 136 pages.
$45.00 BEYOND THE TUMULT, Winchester, Barry, Scribners, 1971, vg/vg, see scan,
Stories of 3 RCF pilots who were shot down, imprisioned & escaped, photos, 209 pgs.
back to the U.S., photos, 256 pgs.
$10.00 BIG BOMBERS OF WORLD WAR 1, Monaghan, Hugh Ltn, JaaRE Publishing, 1985, f, soft cover, see photo,
a Canadian airman's journal, photos, 136 pgs.
$10.00 BILLY BISHOP, CANADIAN HERO, McCaffery, Dan, James Lorimer & Co., 2002, new, soft cover, see photo,
shot down a total of 75 confirmed victories (72 planes and 3 German balloons), he broke the records of other prominent fighter pilots,
based on new and previously untapped interviews with comrades and extensive readings,
photos, 239 pgs.
$10.00 BILLY MITCHELL, Jeffers, H. Paul, Zenith, 2004, new, see photo,
Billy" Mitchell began his romance with aviation in 1916 when, at the age of 38, he took private flying lessons graduating just in time
to undertake the mobilization of Americas air forces in World War I, a daring & tireless leader who rose to the rank of brigadier general,
commanding all of Americas aerial-combat units in France, chronicles the highs and lows of Mitchells career,
photos, 288 pgs.
$10.00 BLACK CAT SQUADRON, Wynn, Humphrey, Smithsonian, 1989, f/f (as new),
see photo, night bombing in WW I, story of 2/Lt. Leslie Blacking,
a nineteen-year-old pilot sent to serve with the 207 Squadron on the Western Front
during the summer of 1918, 239 pgs.
$16.00 BLOODY PARALYSER, Langham, Rob, Fonthill, 2016. f/f (new), see scan, story of the giant Handley-Page Bombers of WW I, operating mainly at night - they attack
Germany disrupting industry, transport, U-boats. Crews are telling their stories in their own words, photos, 192 pgs.
BLUE MAX AIRMEN - VOLUME 3,
Bronnenkant, Lance, Aeronaut, 2013, new (soft cover), see photo, German airmen awarded the Pour le Merite, comprehensive biography
of each man, photos of the aircraft they flew, color profiles, 118 pgs.
$22.95 BLUE MAX AIRMEN - VOLUME 5, Bronnenkant, Lance, Aeronaut, 2014, new (soft cover), see scan,
Volume 5 covers Manfred von Richthofen, the famous Red Baron, the highest scoring and most famous ace of the Great War and one of the earliest recipients of the Pour le Mérite. This volume includes 130 period photographs, 13 color photos & illustrations, 30 color profiles of aircraft flown by Manfred von Richthofen,
$32.95 BLUE MAX AIRMEN: GERMAN AIRMEN AWARDED THE POUR LE MERITE (Volume 7), Bronnenkant, Lance, Aeronaut Publisher, 2015, new (soft cover),
covers three fighter aces, Otto Bernert, Emil Schaefer, and Kurt Wolff. Volume 7 includes 133 photographs, 4 of them in color, and 12 color profiles of aircraft flown by these men in its 118 pages.
$24.95 BLUE MAX AIRMEN - VOLUME 8, Bronnenkant, Lance, Aeronaut, 2016, new (soft cover), covers two fighter aces,
Heinrich Gontermann and Lothar von Richthofen, younger brother of the Red Baron. includes 133 photographs, 3 of them in color, & 9 color profiles
$24.95 BLUE MAX AIRMEN, VOLUME 9, Bronnenkant, Lance, Aeronaut, 2017, new, soft cover, see scan,
covers 2 fighter aces, Carl Allmenroder & Adolf Ritter von Tutschek, bomber commander Ernst Brandenburg &
observer Paul von Pechmann, 182 photographs & 11 color profiles, 142 pgs.
$34.95 BLUE MAX AIRMEN - VOL. 10, Bronnenkant, Lance, Aeronaut, 2019, new (soft cover), see scan,
covers two fighter aces, Eduard Ritter von Dostler & Max Ritter von Müller, bomber commander Rudolf Kleine, & Leader of Airships Peter Strasser,
includes 128 photographs, 10 of them in color, & 7 color profiles of aircraft flown by these men, 114 pgs.
$27.95 BLUE MAX AIRMEN - VOLUME 12, Bronnenkant, Lance, Aeronaut, 2019, new (soft cover), see scan,
Volume 12 covers three fighter aces, Julius Buckler, Hans Klein, and Eduard Ritter von Schleich,
includes 145 photographs and 12 color profiles of aircraft flown by these men in its 130 pages.
$32.95 BOMBER PILOT 1916-1918,
Bartlett, C.P.O., Ian Allen, 1974, vg/vg, see scan, The author flew 1 1/2 Strtters & D.H.4swith No. 5 RNAS (No. 205 RAF).
He flew over 100 raids over France & Belgium, photos, 180 pgs.
$20.00 BRAVE YOUNG WINGS, Dodds, Ronald, Canada's Wings, 1980, f/f, see scan,
Canadian airmen in World War I, not justthe famous fighter pilots, but the not so famous ones, the bomber pilots & zeppelin chasers, photos, 302 pages.
$20.00 BRIEF GLORY, Revell, Alex, Pen & Sword, 2010, new,
life of Arthur Rhyys Davids, a popular British ace who flew with No. 56 Squadron &
was the victor over German ace Warner Voss, photos, 222 pgs.
$22.00 BRITISH AIRCRAFT OF WW I - Volume 1, Owers, Colin, Aeronaut, 2017, new (soft cover), see scan,
British experimental fighters Part 1, documents 9 interesting British experimental fighters in detail ,
photos, scale drawings, and color profiles. The aircraft covered are the Austin Osprey, Boulton & Paul Bobolink,
Nieuport B.N.1, Sopwith Snipe, Vickers F.B.16 series, Bristol M.R.1, Westland N.1B, and Westland Weasel,
133 photographs, 33 color profiles, 12 color top views, and scale drawings of 9 aircraft types, 154 pgs.
$32.00 BRITISH AIRSHIP AT WAR, 1914-1918, Abbott, Patrick, Terence Dalton, 1989, as new, see photo,
225 airships were built during WW I, 107 were still in commission at the time of Armistice, played a significant
role in defeating the U-boats, photos & drawings, 142 pgs.
$18.00 BRITISH & ALLIED AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR,
Treadwell, Terry, Amberly, 2011, new (soft cover), see scan,
wide range of aircraft of all types, from fighters to bombers, seaplanes & reconnaissance types,
the British air forces started the war with barely 150 aircraft but ended it with thousands,
photos, 252 pgs.
BRITISH WW I AIRCRAFT IN THE POLISH AIR FORCE
Kopanski, Tomasz, Mushroom, 1999, new, see photo,
the Poles bought many Bristol F2B Fighters, plus DH-9s and even Sopwith Dolphins &
an HP 0/400. photos. 8 pages of color profiles - British aircraft in Polish markings,
A; B; C ; D-E; F; G; H-I; J-L; M-N; 0-P; R; S; T-V; W-Z;
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