The Encyclopedia of Air Warfare covers the entire history of a mode of fighting that in less than 70 years has totally revolutionised warfare. This book deels with the development of warplanes from the first primitive machines of World War I to the very latest aircraft of today (1975).
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||Christopher Chant, John F. Davis, Bill Gunston, Richard Humble, Donald Macintyre
This extensive volume contains : 320 technically perfect full colour profile drawings displaying most major aircraft in their combat markings; many original maps and diagrams; a host of detailed charts of specifications and statistics; more than 300 powerful pictures, many in full colour; and over 100,000 words compiled into 31 chapters. Christopher Chant, a specialist in the aviation history of World War I. John F. Davis, a veteran of World War I, Bill Gunston, a former World War II RAF pilot and flying instructor. Richard Humble, author of several books on World War II. Donald Macintyre, an ace U-boat « killer » in World War II.