British Aircraft of World War One
British Aircraft of World War One:
A photographic guide to modern survivors, replicas and reproductions During the course of the World War One, the role of the aeroplane evolved from a stable, lumbering observation platform to a more agile fighter, capable of shooting down another aircraft, and rapid developments in aeroplane technology led to an incredible array of ever-advancing aircraft seeing service during this time. This book features a potted history of the British aircraft that were involved in World War One. It includes the frontline fighters, bombers and reconnaissance aircraft that contributed to the iconic events between 1914 and 1918. The story is supported by high-quality images of surviving, reproduction, replica and restored aircraft.
Author: Lee Chapman
Paperback, 128 pages
Product Code: KB0084