Naval aviation in WW1

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Naval aviation in WW1

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1HarmlessTed
ag. 21, 2008, 6:48 am

Here is a book I read lately and found extremely interesting and very well written:
Naval Aviation in the First World War by R.D.Layman. Combining some of my main historical interests - naval warfare, early military aviation and the first world war, with a bit of Churchill thrown in for good measure - this was a great read and I highly recommend it.

2Nedrin
ag. 22, 2008, 5:05 am

I am currently reading "The Right of the Line" from John Terraine. This book describes the role of the Royal Air Force during the European War of 1939-1945.

3JenIanB
ag. 22, 2008, 12:29 pm

Re: Naval Aviation in the First World War. This was the last of Dick's books, completed just before his death, and unfortunately not a best seller. Dick, a good friend of mine, spent many years researching the early years of Naval aviation. His archives were bequeathed to the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton in the UK, a superb museum if you are ever over there. I particularly recommend his book on the Cuxhaven Raid as well worth searching for - look in my library for the full citation, although some of you may already have a copy.
Now for an shameless plug - you could also try my own book Ben-my-Chree which covers Royal Navy Air Service operations at Gallipoli and the Eastern Med 1915-1917. The writing is OK, but the collection of over 100 photos are tremendous!

4HarmlessTed
ag. 22, 2008, 1:01 pm

#3 Sounds like a very interesting book, Mr. Burns, and just down my street interest wise. I just cannot seem to find "The Woman of my Heart" anywhere available for sale...

5YavorD
feb. 20, 2010, 12:02 pm

Thank you for the invitation to Aerial Warfare group, BOB81!
Because my focus is on early aviation and aerial warfare I would like to revive this dormant thread with my first post.
A pleasant surprise recently came from the records of another LT member and author, mauroantonellini. Mauro Antonellini is an author of an excellent italian book, "Salvat ubi lucet : la base idrovolanti di Porto Corsini e i suoi uomini : 1915-1918" http://www.librarything.com/work/9380102. Well, language is a bit of problem but the book is well worth the exercise :)
Mauro Antonellini's book is highly recommended, as well as "Ben-my-Chree - Woman of My Heart: Isle of Man Packet Steamer and Seaplane Carrier" by Ian M. Burns, of course.
Regards,
Yavor