Design, Construction and InnovationAuthor: Wilkins, Mark C.Code: 60486Price:AU $59.95Format: Hardback / 192 pages Publisher: CASEMATE BOOKS Published date:23/04/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
Fully illustrated account of how British aircraft manufacturers vied to create the best fighter to counter German technology during World War I. World War I witnessed unprecedented growth and innovation in aircraft design, construction, and as the war progressed - mass production. Each country generated its own innovations sometimes in ......
A Photographic Album of the First World War's Greatest AceAuthor: Treadwell, Terry CCode: 60640Price:AU $43.98Format: Hardback / 256 pages Published date:12/04/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
A unique collection of photographs that explores the life and military career of this famous airman until his death in April 1918.
American Guided Bombs, Missiles and Drones 1917-1948Author: Wolf, WilliamCode: 60413Price:AU $101.00Format: Hardback / 544 pages Publisher: FONTHILL Published date:18/03/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
'Off Target' relates in detail the then "Secret" research, development, and combat employment of these early guided bombs, missiles, and drones from 1917 to 1948. Using formerly Secret/Confidential manuals, reports, microfilm print outs, and photos, author Wolf, gives the air war historian and enthusiast an in depth look at this unknown topic.
Letters from the 1914 Ceasefire on the Western FrontAuthor: Hill, MikeCode: 60883Price:AU $55.99Format: Hardback / 272 pages Publisher: FONTHILL Published date:10/03/2021Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
The Christmas Truce of 1914 remains a moment of enduring fascination more than a century after the day the First World War guns fell silent. Now for the first time hundreds of eyewitness accounts of this most extraordinary date in history have been gathered together telling the story in their own words of the men who met in peace in No Man's Land.
Author: Eric T. ChesterCode: 60847Price:AU $95.99Format: Hardback / 416 pages Publisher: MONTHLY REVIEW PRESS Published date:02/03/2021Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
World War I, given all the rousing "Over-There" songs and in-the-trenches films it inspired, was, at its outset, surprisingly unpopular with the American public. As opposition increased, Woodrow Wilson's presidential administration became intent on stifling antiwar dissent.
The stories of five men and women of the Great War as told by their medaAuthor: Cullen, RichardCode: 59410Price:AU $49.99Format: Hardback / 324 pages Publisher: UNICORN PRESS Published date:10/02/2021Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
Richard Cullen takes the reader through the Great War history, led by the medals of five who served, each decorated for distinguished service. Their stories are untold and open our eyes to the struggles that so many faced without formal recognition. They are tales of sadness, power, modesty, compassion, bravery and a fulfilled post-war life.
Author: Edye, ChrisCode: 60529Price:AU $24.95Format: Paperback / 80 pages Publisher: ETT IMPRINT Published date:01/01/2021Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
In 1916 Alfred Wright enlisted in the AIF. After training at the Engineer Officer Training School in Moore Park and at Roseville NSW he embarked aboard HMAT A14 Euripides, headed for Britain. On the way, he bought an autograph book, and over the next four years, more than 100 of the people he met signed it.