David Curnock The Little Book of Flight
Book about Planes Past & Present
David Curnock The Little Book of Flight – Book of Planes Past & Present Overview
This is the compelling and inspiring story of aviation, from its earliest origins through to supersonic passenger flight and beyond. The Little Book of Flight is written by David Curnock whose fascination with all things aviation started at an early age.
Fantastic photographs highlight some of the greatest aircraft the world has seen, and this title is a fascinating read for anyone interested in the story of flight.
The efforts of some of the brave and bold pioneers from the history of aviation, and those of the misguided or foolhardy, are recognized in this little book.
Here are some other books written by David Curnock.
Table of Contents
- Myths and Legends
- Early Designs and Glorious Failures
- Man Begins to Fly
- Powered Flight
- Europe in the Air
- Magnificent Men and Their Fighting Machines
- History Makers and Record Breakers
- Aviation for the Common Man
- Preparing for War
- War in the Air
- Jump Jets and Jumbos
- Supersonic Passenger Flight and Beyond
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||6.1cm (length) x 6.1cm (width) x 0.6cm (height)
||12th May 2008
||G2 Entertainment Ltd
||Free with Australia (International Shipping available)
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