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Naval Aviation in the First World War

Naval Aviation in the First World War
by RD Layman
224pp, 248×165mm, illus, hardback.
Published by Caxton

Second Hand - good condition

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This superbly-researched book gives a complete overview of all aspects of naval aviation in the First World War; it's significant influence on operations and strategy, which has never before been properly explained, is detailed by R. D. Layman in this far reaching survey. Furthermore, Britain's Royal Naval Air Service, sponsored by the pro-aviation first lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill, pioneered many aspects of aerial warfare, including strategic bombing, anti-submarine warfare and the development of long-range aircraft, and the development of ships to carry aircraft, from the seaplane carriers of 1914 to HMS Argus, the first flat-top aircraft carrier.

Second Hand - good condition

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