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Aviation In Canada: Vol.8: Fighter Pilots 1915-1939 HC by CANAV BOOKS

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  • This authoritative book revives a key theme in Canada’s aviation heritage in a landmark year – the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War. This is Canada’s only major title in print covering the nation’s pioneers of aerial combat. It honours
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Article number: AIC#8 Pilots & Observers
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This latest effort from CANAV Books is as always a solid Canadian history from start to finish. This authoritative book revives a key theme in Canada’s aviation heritage in a landmark year – the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War. This is Canada’s only major title in print covering the nation’s pioneers of aerial combat. It honours the men, the aircraft and the organizations, detailing in a fresh light the incredible story from training in Canada as early as 1914, to the deadly skies over the Western Front, Italy and wherever else the men were needed. The story continues after 1918, covering the many roles played by Canada’s wartime aviators through the interwar years – how the role of the fighter pilot and observer waned at first, then gradually was revived, initially with the Siskin and Atlas, finally — on the eve of war — with the Hurricane, etc. Aviation in Canada: Fighter Pilots and Observers 1915-1939 is 184 pages, extra-large format (9×12 inches), hardcover, beautifully designed and produced with a spectacular collection of 350 photographs. There’s never been anything like it in Canadian aviation book publishing. If you've seen previous volumes in the series, you’ll know what to expect.

Published 2018, 184 pages, 350 photographs, hardcover, 9" x 12" (inches)

 

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  • Code AIC#8 Pilots & Observers
  • EAN 9780921022459
  • SKU 9780921022459
  • Weight 1300
  • Size X 24
  • Size Y 31
  • Size Z 2
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