London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1922. Octavo, blue cloth, 140 pp, unopened. Slight rubbed at spine ends, bumped at bottom corners, some foxing on both endpapers, otherwise a good copy. Presentation copy, rare.
In this volume, Major General Sir F. H. Sykes traces the history of aviation from its beginnings to the outbreak of war in 1914. He then describes the evolution of aircraft and of air strategy during the Great War. Finally, he analyses the role of air power in the years that followed World War One and what the future of air power could be. Item #2870
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