A; B; C ; D-E; F; G; H-I; J-L; M-N; 0-P; R; S; T-V; W-Z;
HANGING A LEGEND, Chatterton, H. Clifford, War Amputations of Canada, 1986, vg (soft cover), see scan,
A detailed account of the National Film Board's attempt to discredit the accomplishments of Billy Bishopk photos, 371 pages.
HAPPY WARRIOR, THE, Revell, Alex, Aeronaut, 2015, new (soft cover), see scan, James McCudden became one of the leading British aces of WW I, his
biography with 275 photographs, 304 pgs.
$27.00 HAT IN THE RING, Frandsen, Bert, Smithsonian, 2003, new, see photo,
first in-depth study of America's first air warriors, author shows how in just two years
the 1st Pursuit Group organized, absorbed French & British technology and experience,
portraits of America's first aviation leaders and legends, including Eddie Rickenbacker,
Billy Mitchell, Frank Luke, Benjamin Foulouis, Bert Atkinson, & James Meissner, photos, 318 pgs.
$20.00 HAT IN THE RING GANG, Woolley, Charles, Schiffer, 2001, f/f (as new), see scan,
The 94th Aero Squadron in WW I, America's most successful. It's pilots included Rickenbacker, Coolidge,
Chambers & Cook, many photos (over 375), 8 color profiles, 271 pages.
$35 00 HAWKER V.C., Hawker, Tyrrel, Pen & Sword, 2013, new (reprint of original 1965 publication),
see photo, bio. of Major Lanoe George Hawker, biography of a RFC fighter ace by his brother, based on his letters,
photographs, 253 pgs.
$25.00 HERITAGE OF KITTY HAWK, Bonne, Walter, Norton, 1962, vg/vg (ex-library).see scan,
Traces the history of aviation and pioneers up to WW I, photos, 211 pgs.
$3.00 HEROES AND LEGENDS OF WORLD WAR I, Whitehouse, Arch, Doubleday, 1964, vg/vg
see photo, major battles on land, at sea, and in the air, photos & maps, 368 pgs.
$10.00 HEROES OF THE SUNLIT SKY, Whitehouse, Arch, Doubleday,
1967, vg/vg, see photo,short biographies of 134
WW I flyers, photos, 384 pgs. $10.00 HIGH FLEW THE FALCONS, Mason, Herbert Malloy, Lippincott Co., 1965, vg/vg,
, see photo,looks at the war from the French side of the lines highlighting the careers of the
major French flyers such as Jean Marie Doinique Navarre, Georges Guynemer, and Charles Nungesse, photos, 172 pgs.
$10.00 HISTORY OF NO.6 SQUADRON, RNAS IN WORLD WAR I,, Westrop, Mike, Schiffer, 2006, f (as new).
Began as a Fighter Squadron but reformed in 1917 as a Day Bomber Squadron. They were prominent in using
Nieuports & DeHavillands, photos, 11 pages of color profiles, 224 pgs.
$40.00 HISTORY OF THE 20th AERO SQUADRON, Barth, C.G.,
Battery Press, 1990, new, issued w/o dj, "Mad Bolshevik" Squadron of the First Day Bombardment Group,
history, roster, victory list, photos & illustratons, 100 pgs. $16.00 HISTORY OF 99 SQUADRON R.A.F., Beecroft, Victor, 1966, A photocopy of the original 75
typewritten pages. History of an RAF DH.9 Squation posted to France in 1918.
$25.00 HORSES DON'T FLY, Libby, Frederick, Arcade, 2000, new, see scan,
memoirs of an American WW I pilot that had 14 victories with RFC, photos, 274 pgs.
$16.00 HOSTILE SKIES, Hudson, James, Syracuse University, 1968, f/f (as new).
American Air Service developed in the last 7 months of WW I to the most lethal weapon, photos, 338 pgs.
$15.00 IDEALS AND TRAINING OF A FLYING OFFICEER, Maclennan, Ward, Creacy, 2009, fine (pictorial cover, as new),
The author started at a Canadian Medical Corps but transferred to Air Training in the summer of 1917, photos, 104 pgs.
$12.50 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,
$10.00 IN THE CLOUDS ABOVE BAGHDAD, Tennant, John, Lt. Col., Cecil Palmer, 1920, 1st edition, vg ( cover wear, inked name, tape marks on fly page),
author commanded all British RFC forces in Mesopotamia
during 1916-18, he reorganized the aviation units & rapidly obtained air superiority over the Turkish
forces, was shot down and in captivity near the end of the war, photographs & maps, 289 pgs.
$185.00 IN THE CLOUDS OF GLORY, Hudson, James, University of Arkansas, 1990, f/f (as new). see scan,
Signed by author, Of the 300 Americans who flew for the British in WW I, 28 became aces, photos & maps, 290 pages.
$27.50 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.
$10.00 IN THE TEETH OF THE WIND, Bartlett, C.P.O. Sqdn. Leader, Naval Institute, 1994, as new,
see photo, revised edition, edited by the author's son,
based on the author's diaries, the book gives a day to day account of his experiences in 5 Squadron
RNAS flying Sopwith 1 Strutters & DH-4s in Belgium and France from 1916 to 1918, photos, 159 pgs.
$10.00 INTO THE BLUE, MacMillan, Norman, Grub St., 2015, new with dust jacket, see scan, author recounts his WW I flying experiences in 1 1/2 Strutters & Camels with No. 45 Sqdn. in France
& Italy, photos, 236 pegs.
$20.00 INTO THE BLUE, MacMillan, Norman, Jarrolds, 1969, F/F, see scan, author (ace with 9 victories) flew Camels with 45 Squadron in France & Italy, photos 256 pgs.
$25.00 IRON MAN RUDOLF BERTHOLD, Kildoff, Peter Grub St.y. 2012, F/F (as new). see scan,
Berthold was a 44 victory Ace who survived wounds, crashes & shoot downs, photos, 192 pgs,
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