THE WORLD’S AEROPLANES AND AIRSHIPS.

Jackson, G. Gibbard.


£25.00




N.d., (1st Ed. 1930). Xii + 244 + 16 pp., several photo-plates. Cloth; 22 x 15cm. Front hinge shaken with e.p., wearing on hinge o/w GOOD+. This superb book, written during a very exciting period in aviation history, examines the evolution and development of airships, aeroplanes and airways. It explores British and American aircraft and some famous flights and conquests by air such as Polar Exploration, famous Atlantic crossings, the conquest of the Pacific, Africa, Australia, and round the world by air. This book is one of the author’s finest achievements and it is supported by some excellent photographic plates.


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