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EARLY AVIATION, WORLD WAR I, 1920S-1930S...............20
U.S., British, French, Russian, Italian.........................20
WORLD WAR II AVIATION................................................22
U.S. General and Aircraft Histories...........................22
U.S. Aces, Biographies & Memoirs. ...........................24
U.S. Unit Histories.....................................................25
Japanese, Italian, and Russian..................................28
British.......................................................................29
U.S. AVIATION, POST-WORLD WAR II................................29
JET AGE AVIATION, 1950S TO THE PRESENT. ...................30
United States............................................................30
Other Countries........................................................35
GERMAN AVIATION.........................................................36
World War I...............................................................35
THE LUFTWAFFE IN WORLD WAR II. ................................36
General Histories...................................................36
Aces, Biographies, and Memoirs............................37
Unit Histories.........................................................38
Aircraft. .................................................................39
Secret Weapons, Jet Aircraft, Etc...........................41
X-Planes of the Third Reich Series.........................43
Miscellaneous Aircraft & Topics.............................44
EARLYAVIATION,WW I, 1920S-1930S
U.S., BRITISH, RUSSIAN, FRENCH, ITALIAN
British Aircraft Before the Great War.
Mike
Goodall. For the very first time, the history of
British pre-WWI aircraft has been gathered
together in one volume, with more than 900
of them well illustrated.
Size:8.5”x11”•930bwphotos•300pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1207-3•hard•$59.95
French Aeroplanes Before the Great War
Leonard E. Opdycke.
This book is a catalog
of the aeroplanes of the nearly 700 French
builders who worked before the onset of WWI.
Size:8.5”x11”•840bwphotos•288pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0752-5•hard•$59.95
The Nieuport 28: America’s First Fighter
Theodore Hamady. The first squadrons of Amer-
ican-trained fighter pilots to enter combat in
April 1918 during WWI were equipped with the
Nieuport 28. Campbell, Meissner, and Ricken-
backer, were among those who cut their teeth
on the Nieuport 28 fighter. This book provides
an exhaustive history of the Nieuport 28.
Size:8.5”x11”•400color/bw images•272pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2933-3•hard•$59.95
Nieuport: A Biography of Edouard Nieuport
1875-1911
Gérard Pommier. This new biography of
Nieuport, written by his grandson Pommier, details the
brilliant solutions he applied to cycling and automobiles
before turning to aircraft later made famous by pilots
of nearly all Allied nations in WWI.
Size:6”x9”•150bwphotos•216pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1624-9•hard•$35.00
A History of No.6 Squadron: Royal Naval
Air Service in World War I.
Mike Westrop.
Pilots' log books, and many previously unpub-
lishedphotoshaveenabled theauthor toproduce
the first in-depth look at the activities and
accomplishments of this "fortotten" squadron.
Size: 8.5”x11” • 170 color/bw images • 224pp.
ISBN: 0-7643-2425-X • hard • $59.95
A History of No.10 Squadron Royal Naval
Air Service in WWI
Mike Westrop. This vol-
ume provides the detailed history of this No.10
Squadron’s activities, combat claims, accidents
and fatalities, aircraft and markings, pilots, and
ground officers.
Size:8.5”x11”•120color/bw images•200pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2055-6•hard•$59.95
British Aviation Squadron Markings of
WWI: RFC, RAF, RNAS
Les Rogers. Years in
the making, this book covers the wide variety of
markings used by British aviation units in WWI.
Organizedbysquadronnumber thebook includes
both textual and photographic examples for
nearly all of the RFC, RAF, and RNAS squadrons.
Size:9”x12”•800bwphotos,profiles•296pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1284-7•hard•$69.95
British Single-Seater Fighter Squadrons
on the Western Front in WWI
Alex Revell.
This book presents the complete story of the
single-seater fighter operations over theWestern
Front flown by the fighter pilots of Great Britain
and her Commonwealth.
Size:8.5”x11”•530bwphotos•496pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2420-9•hard•$69.95
British and American Aces of WWI:
The Pictorial Record
Norman Franks.
A companion volume to German Aces
of WWI: The Pictorial Record, this new
book covers the British and Common-
wealth fighter aces of WWI.
Size:11”x8.5”•400bwphotos•224pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2341-5•hard•$59.95
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