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Naval Aviation in the First World War: Its Impact and Influence
An overview of all aspects of British naval aviati

Our Price: $40.00
By R. D. Layman (au)
Year: 1996
Pages: 224
Binding Hardcover
ISBN 1840673141

Product Code: 1422395197

An overview of all aspects of British naval aviation in WW1 & its  influence on operations & strategy. Britain’s Royal Naval Air Service pioneered many aspects of aerial warfare, incl. strategic bombing, anti-sub. warfare & the develop. of long-range aircraft, & the develop. of ships to carry aircraft, from the seaplane-carriers of 1914 to H.M.S. “Argus,” the first flat-top aircraft carrier. Discusses little-known aspects of the naval war in the air, incl. the oper. of the Imperial Russian Navy’s seaplane-carrier squadron in the Black Sea, the world’s first ‘carrier strike force’, the Royal Navy’s use of observation balloons tethered to ships, & the role played by aviation in the Gallipoli campaign. Details the origins of the forces that were later to dominate naval warfare. Photos.

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