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first war in the air by R. H. Kiernan

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Published by Peter Davies in [London] .
Written in English

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Statementwith a preface by Sir R. Brooke-Popham ; illustrated.
SeriesGreat occasions
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19091037M

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Aces: A Story of the First Air War (Les As du ciel - Chronique de la première guerre des airs for a French-language version) is a minute Canadian historical drama film directed by Raoul Fox and produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). The film chronicles the career of a fictional Canadian aviator during the First World his commissioning in , he Production company: National Film Board of Canada. Air warfare is almost entirely a creation of the 20th century, in which it became a primary branch of military operations. Through World War I. Powered aircraft were first used in war in , by the Italians against the Turks near Tripoli, but it was not until the Great War of –18 that their use became widespread. Little more than 10 years after the first powered flight, aircraft were pressed into service in World War I. Nearly forgotten in the war's massive overall death toll, s aircrew would die in the combatant nations' fledgling air forces. The romance of aviation had a remarkable grip on the public imagination, but the reality was horribly different.   In the first half of the 20th century, young airmen discovered a joy in liberation from mankind's historic confinement to earth, in the sensations of .

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