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French Flying Boats 1918 1939

Author : Marcin Warzynkowski
ISBN : 8365958503
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 79.33 MB
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The next book in the popular Polish Wings series is on the French flying boats in Polish Navy Air Forces. Covers duty of these aircraft from 1918 to 1939. More than 120 photos, mostly unpublished, and many color profiles.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Warplanes Of The World 1918 1939

Author : Michael John Haddrick Taylor
ISBN : STANFORD:36105081385549
Genre : Airplanes, Military
File Size : 77.16 MB
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Category: Airplanes, Military

Soviet Life

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ISBN : UCR:31210008351684
Genre : Soviet Union
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Category: Soviet Union

The Defeat Of The Enemy Attack On Shipping 1939 1945

Author : Great Britain. Naval Staff
ISBN : UOM:39015041765226
Genre : History
File Size : 61.36 MB
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During the First World War German use of unrestricted submarine warfare, supported by extensive mining and surface raids, very nearly forced Britain out of the war in 1917. The island's heavy dependence on seaborne supplies was gravely threatened again in 1939, supplemented this time by air attacks on shipping. After the war Commanders Waters and Barley wrote a Naval Staff History which has long been recognised as an authoritative study of the impact of the German campaign and its ultimate defeat by Britain and her allies. It remains an indispensable basis for any serious study of the Battle of the Atlantic and has here been updated and revised by Dr Grove, who also contributes a perceptive introduction outlining its significance.
Category: History

Over Empires And Oceans

Author : Robert Bluffield
ISBN : 9780954311568
Genre : History
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This a story of pioneers, intrepid aviators, adventurers, tycoons and innovators. It is also a story of dedication and determination, for despite fixed-wing aircraft proving their value over the battlefields of the Western Front during the First World War, convincing governments and public alike that they had a role in peacetime proved far more challenging. The Americans, as inventors of heavier-than-air powered flight, had briefly courted with a passenger airline across Tampa Bay in 1914, yet it took a further nine years for mail to be flown coast-to-coast. In 1919 a British company made the first international scheduled flight between London and Paris, but the continuation of regular services was thwarted by a less-than-enthusiastic government that allowed its generously subsidised French competition, for a short time at least, to fly cross-Channel passenger schedules unimpeded. The British eventually realzed that fast links with their Empire were vital, followed the example of the French and Dutch who had forged air links with their cousins in North Africa and the Far East. Meanwhile, in South America, the Germans, forbidden under the Versailles Treaty from any major aircraft-building, were establishing cunning supremacy by forming airlines throughout South America and in China. While America awaited a transcontinental passenger service, Juan Trippe's Pan American Airways was crossing swords with Ralph O'Neill of New York, Rio & Buenos Aires Line (NYRBA) for air supremacy between the US, Brazil, Argentina and elsewhere in Latin America that led to the formation of arguably the world's greatest airline. In Russia, Igor Sikorsky had built a vast passenger-carrying aircraft, the Il'ya Muromets, and politicians debated whether giant airships or fixed-wing aircraft should rule the skies _ an issue that was put firmly to bed when the mighty German airship Hindenburg exploded while mooring at Lakehurst in 1937. Robert BluffieldÍs highly researched and detailed account tells the dramatic stories of explorers such as Kingsford Smith, Lindbergh and Cobham, and flamboyant entrepreneurs, some well known, others forgotten, who risked fortunes and reputations to follow their dreams of reaching and ruling the skies over empires, continents and oceans. Against bewildering adversity, corruption, underhanded deals and dwindling resources, these tenacious individuals braved the elements using primitive, entirely unsuitable equipment to establish earth-shrinking aerial services that criss-crossed the great oceans and the globe's most inhospitable territories. These are the stories of those pioneers _ of A_ropostale, CNAC, Air Orient, Imperial Airways, KLM, Deutsche Luft Hansa, Pan Am, SCADTA, The Condor Syndicat, Qantas and others that had a far-reaching impact on the way the modern world would travel.
Category: History

Naval Aviation In The First World War

Author : R. D. Layman
ISBN : UOM:39015038153121
Genre : Aircraft carriers
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This well researched book gives a complete overview of the importance of naval aviation in World War I and its significant impact on operations and strategy. This has been disregarded and never before properly explained in a dedicated sense.
Category: Aircraft carriers

Military Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015027580219
Genre : Military art and science
File Size : 20.75 MB
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Category: Military art and science

Fast Boats And Flying Boats

Author : Adrian Rance
ISBN : UOM:39015017888531
Genre : Fast attack craft
File Size : 50.25 MB
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Category: Fast attack craft

Aircraft Versus Submarine

Author : Alfred Price
ISBN : UOM:39015002281676
Genre : Aeronautics, Military
File Size : 24.88 MB
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Category: Aeronautics, Military

Flight

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105038413014
Genre : Aeronautics
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Category: Aeronautics

Bomber Squadrons Of The R A F And Their Aircraft

Author : Philip J. R. Moyes
ISBN : UOM:39015007048286
Genre : Airplanes, Military
File Size : 33.31 MB
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Illustrated record of British Royal Air Force squadrons formed since the First World War, including those formed from Allied and Dominions personnel.
Category: Airplanes, Military

Book Of Flight

Author : Judith E. Rinard
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025359170
Genre : History
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A guide to the world of flight documents the milestones in aviation history that changed the world, from the development of ballooning to the building of the International Space Station.
Category: History