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Air Power & the Arab World: 1909-1955: Vol.3: [email protected] #30 SC

  • Much of the Arab World remains ravaged by war or threatened by war. Meanwhile, the decades old Arab-Israeli conflict remains fundamentally unresolved. Consequently, even the Arab air forces and other Arab armed forces remain either at war or on a virtual
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Air Power and the Arab World 1909-1955: Volume 3: Colonial Skies, 1918-1936, Helion Middle East at War Series, #30 [email protected] #30 softcover

Much of the Arab World remains ravaged by war or threatened by war. Meanwhile, the decades old Arab-Israeli conflict remains fundamentally unresolved. Consequently, even the Arab air forces and other Arab armed forces remain either at war or on a virtual war footing, or at least in a state of continuous vigilance. The earliest of the Arab air forces to be established trace their histories back to the 1920s and 30s when the overwhelming majority of Arab countries, and an even larger majority of the Arabic-speaking people, were ruled or dominated by four European powers. Based on decades of consistent research and newly available sources in both Arabic and various European languages, richly illustrated with a wide range of authentic photography, Volume 3 of the Air Power and the Arab World, 1909-1955 mini-series continues the story of the men and machines of the first half century of military aviation in the Arab World. It describes the role, organizational structure and activities of the air forces of Britain, France, Italy, and Spain which were sent to the Arab countries. It also looks at the early years of two neighboring air forces, those of the Persian (Iranian) and Ethiopian Empires whose early emergence was viewed jealousy in some Arab capitals. Volume 3 continues this story by describing operations of the British, French, Italian and Spanish air forces in the Arab world after the First World War, but also the emergence of the first Arab air forces in the shadow of the substantial European air force units stationed in that area.

Published 2021, 96 pages, black & white photographs, 21 colour profiles, maps, softcover, A4 format 8 1/4" x 11 3/4" inches.

The Helion at War series, which began publishing around 2010, covers wars from around the world broken down by region: [email protected], A[email protected], [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected]. Some titles cover both ground and aviation aspects of the respective conflict, and some cover a subject over several volumes, broken down by time period. Each title contains extensive photographic coverage, in black & white and colour, detailed maps, as well as colour profiles and illustrations of aircraft, vehicles, and in some cases uniforms and weapons.

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  • Code 9781913336325
  • EAN 9781913336325
  • SKU 9781913336325
  • Weight 600
  • Size X 23
  • Size Y 30
  • Size Z 2
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