|Statement||by Claude Grahame-White and Harry Harper.|
|Contributions||Harper, Harry, b. 1880.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||345 p. :|
|Number of Pages||345|
[[ASIN Ghosts of the Great War: Aviation in WWI. This is a very well produced book with excellent state of the art air to air photos, combined with original photos from WW 1. The text is just right; [ not too much] and this book is a 'must have ' for WW 1 aviation enthusiasts and is significantly better than "Ghosts of the Skies /5(15). Welcome to Aeronaut Books! Aeronaut Books is a publisher of aviation history books for enthusiasts by enthusiasts. Our goal is to publish fun, exciting books about aviation in the Great War for our readers, and also to preserve the history. We have been asked why we do not publish on WW2. The reason is, it has been done. The ancient flying machines featured in GHOSTS of The Great War form the Aeroplane Collection, one of the largest collections of flyable World War One aircraft in existence. The Collection, based in California, is currently home for 21 aircraft of the WWI period. Of these, seventeen different types are fully airworthy. Military Aviation - Specific Aircraft. 1 - 20 of results Great Book of Combat Aircraft. by Paolo Matricardi. Hardcover $ Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book! Stuart J Wright tells the gripping story of a World War II American aircrew flying missions from Old Buckenham, England in a B Liberator bomber they.
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