Royal Navy Serials & Units 1911-1919, by Ray Sturtivant and Gordon Page
Please do not allow the modest price at which we are offering the remaining copies of this book deceive you. This is a masterpiece, a work guaranteed to impress a classic. Starting with the first Admiralty aircraft of November 1911, Sturtivant and Page record the known careers of every aircraft to serve with the Royal Naval Air Service, plus naval aircraft during the remainder of World War One over 15,000 aircraft in all.
The squadrons, units and bases are detailed with maps of home stations.
The many hundreds of British and American airmen mentioned in the aircraft histories are indexed. The 321 photographs cover the majority of aircraft types flown, including prototypes.
A4 Hard cover. 480 pages.