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Cheers Royce, some nice reading for these dark winter nights. good.gif

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That is a very interesting read cptroyce, and is one of the books I have on my shelf here at home. Also, just as a reminder, that book is one of several available in the zip download I posted in the following thread:

 

Winter Reading Material

 

 

And here is the zip file download link again for those who didn't see it on the first go:

 

WWI Books Download

 

These are the books in said download:

 

 

Biogrophies, Diaries, Personal Writings

 

“A Flying Fighter”, by E.M. Roberts, c.1918

 

”A Happy Warrior”, the letters of William M. Russel, c.1918

 

”Above the Battle”, by Vivian Drake, c.1918

 

“Air Men O'War”, by Boyd Cable, c.1918

 

”An Aviator’s Field Book”, the field notes of Oswald Bolcke, English Edition c.1917

 

”Cavalry of the Clouds”, by Alan Bott, c.1918

 

”En l'air!”, by Bert Hall, c.1918

 

”Fighting the Flying Circus”, by Eddie Rickenbacker, c.1919

 

”Flying For France”, by James R. McConnell, c.1917

 

”Go Get 'Em!”, by William Wellman, c.1918

 

”Green Balls: The Adventures Of a Night-Bomber”, by Paul Bewsher, c.1919

 

”High Adventure”, by James Norman Hall, c.1918

 

”Night Bombing With the Bedouins”, by Robert H. Reece, c.1919

 

”The Flying Poilu”, by Marcel Nadaud, c.1918

 

“The Red Battle Flyer”, by Manfred von Richthofen, English Edition c.1918

 

”The Way of the Eagle”, by Charles J. Biddle, c.1919

 

”Winged Warfare”, by William A. Bishop, c.1918

 

 

References:

 

“Aircraft Mechanics Handbook”, c.1918

 

”Heroes Of Aviation”, by Laurence La Tourette Driggs, c.1918

 

”How To Fly”, by A. Frederick Collins, c.1918

 

“Learning To Fly in the U.S. Army”, by E.N. Fales, c.1917

 

“Practical Flying”, by W.G. McMinnies, c.1918

 

“The Aero Manual”, c.1909

 

“The German Air Force in the Great War”, by Georg Paul Neumann, c.1920

 

”The Romance Of Aircraft”, by Laurence Smith, c.1919

 

 

A final note, uncleal reminded me that there are numerous links to books and videos posted in the OFF Knowledge Base, so be sure and check there as well.

 

Cheers,

 

Lou

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