Item #2826 The Story of a North Sea Air Station Being some account of the early days of the Royal Flying Corps (Naval Wing) and of the part played thereafter by the air station at Great Yarmouth and its opponents during the war 1914-1918. C. F. SNOWDEN GAMBLE, Charles Frederick.

The Story of a North Sea Air Station Being some account of the early days of the Royal Flying Corps (Naval Wing) and of the part played thereafter by the air station at Great Yarmouth and its opponents during the war 1914-1918

London: Oxford University Press Humphrey Milford, 1928. Octavo, green cloth with gilt spine lettering, xvi, 446 pp., frontispiece, 26 plates, one folding map. Slight shelf wear at spine ends, small localised tear on the bottom of inner front board, otherwise a very good copy in dust jacket. An account of Great Yarmouth air station during the Great War. This air station played a considerable part in combating the menace of the Zeppelin airship as well as disputing the efforts of the Imperial German Naval Air Service to control the North Sea.

This traces the development of the aerial arm in the Royal Navy and in the Imperial German Navy from 1908 to 1918. Item #2826

Price (AUD): $350.00