Series: Putnam Aeronautical Books

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Aeromarine Origins: The Beginnings of Marine Aircraft, Winged Hulls, Air-Cushion and Air-Lubricated Craft, Planing Boats and Hydrofoils by H. F. King
The Aeroplanes of the Royal Flying Corps (Military Wing) by J. M. Bruce
Air Defence of Britain, 1914-18 by Christopher Cole
Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1918-58 by Owen Thetford
Aircraft of the Royal Air Force Since 1918 by Owen Thetford
Aircraft of the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39 by Gerald Howson
Airlines of Asia - Since 1920 by R. E. G. Davies
Airlines of Latin America Since 1919 by R. E. G. Davies
Airlines of the United States Since 1914 by R. E. G. Davies
Airspeed Aircraft Since 1931 by H. A. Taylor
Annals of British and Commonwealth Air Transport, 1919-1960 by John Stroud
Armament of British aircraft, 1909-1939, by H. F. King
Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft Since 1913 by Oliver Tapper
Avro Aircraft Since 1908 by A. J. Jackson
Aėroflot : Soviet air transport since 1923 by Hugh Macdonald
Beech Aircraft and their Predecessors by Alain J. Pelletier
Bell Aircraft Since 1935 (Putnam Aeronautical Books) by Alain J. Pelletier
Blackburn Aircraft Since 1909 by A. J. Jackson
Boeing aircraft since 1916 by Peter M. Bowers
Boulton Paul Aircraft Since 1915 (Putnam's British aircraft) by Alec Brew
Bristol Aircraft Since 1910 by C. H. Barnes
British Aeroplanes 1914-1918 by J. M. Bruce
British Aircraft 1809-1914 by Peter M. H. Lewis
British Aviation: Ominous Skies 1935-1939 by Harald Penrose
British Aviation: The Great War and Armistice 1915-1919 by Harald Penrose
British Aviation: The Pioneer Years 1903-1914 by Harald Penrose
British Aviation: Widening Horizons 1930-1934 by Harald Penrose
British aviation; the adventuring years, 1920-1929 by Harald Penrose
The British Bomber Since 1914 by Peter Lewis
The British Bomber since 1914 by Francis K. Mason
British Civil Aircraft 1919 - 59 Volume I by A. J. Jackson
British Civil Aircraft 1919-59: Volume Two by A. J. Jackson
British Civil Aircraft Since 1919 by A. J. Jackson
British Civil Aircraft Since 1919, Volume 2 by A. J. Jackson
British Civil Aircraft, 1919-1972: Volume I by A. J. Jackson
British Civil Aircraft, 1919-1972: Volume II by A. J. Jackson
British Civil Aircraft, 1919-1972: Volume III by A. J. Jackson
British Civil Aircraft, 1919-59 (two volumes) by A. J. Jackson
British Fighter Since 1912 (Putnam Aeronautical Books) by Francis K. Mason
The British fighter since 1912: Sixty-seven years of design and development by Peter M. H. Lewis
British Flight Testing : Martlesham Heath 1920-39 by Tim Mason
British flying-boats and amphibians, 1909-1952 by G. R Duval
British Naval Aircraft 1912-58 by Owen Thetford
British Naval Aircraft Since 1912 by Owen Thetford
British Racing and Record-Breaking Aircraft by Peter Lewis
Canadian Aircraft Since 1909 by Kenneth M. Molson
Curtiss Aircraft, 1907-1947 by Peter M. Bowers
English Electric Aircraft and Their Predecessors (Putnam's British aircraft) by Stephen Ransom
European transport aircraft since 1910 by John Stroud
Fairey Aircraft Since 1915 (Putnam Aviation Series) by H. A. Taylor
Fokker: His Men and Machines by A. R. Weyl
Fokker: The Creative Years by A. R. Weyl
General Dynamics Aircraft and Their Predecessors (Putnam Aviation Series) by John Wegg
German Aircraft of the First World War by Owen Gordon Thetford
German Aircraft of the Second World War by J. Richard Smith
German Fighter Since 1915 by Rudiger Kosin
The German giants; the story of the R-planes, 1914-1919 by G. W. Haddow
Gloster Aircraft Since 1917 by Derek N. James
Grumman Aircraft: Since 1929 (Putnam Aviation Series) by Rene J. Francillon
Handley Page Aircraft Since 1907 by C. H. Barnes
De Havilland Aircraft Since 1909 by A. J. Jackson
De Havilland aircraft since 1915 by A. J. Jackson
Hawker Aircraft Since 1920 by Francis K. Mason
Japanese Aircraft of the Pacific War by Rene J. Francillon
Japanese Aircraft, 1910-1941 (Putnam Aeronautical Books) by Robert Mikesh
Junkers Aircraft and Engines 1913-1945 (Putnam Aviation) by Antony L. Kay
Lockheed Aircraft Since 1913 by Rene J. Francillon
McDonnell Douglas Aircraft since 1920 (single volume edition) by Rene J. Francillon
McDonnell Douglas Aircraft since 1920 : Volume I by Rene J. Francillon
McDonnell Douglas Aircraft since 1920 : Volume II by Rene J. Francillon
MiG aircraft since 1937 by Bill Gunston
Miles Aircraft Since 1925 by Don Lambert Brown
Parnall Aircraft Since 1914 by Kenneth E. Wixey
Polish Aircraft 1893-1939 by Jerzy B. Cynk
The Royal Aircraft Factory by Paul R. Hare
Russian aircraft since 1940 by Jean Alexander
SAAB Aircraft Since 1937 by Hans G. Andersson
Saunders and Saro Aircraft Since 1917 (Putnam's British aircraft) by Peter London
Schneider Trophy Aircraft 1913-1931 by Derek N. James
Shorts Aircraft Since 1900 by C. H. Barnes
Sopwith Aircraft, 1912-1920 by Horace Frederick King
Soviet Aircraft and Aviation 1917-1941 by Lennart Andersson
Soviet transport aircraft since 1945 by John Stroud
Squadron histories; R. F. C., R. N. A. S., and R. A. F. 1912-59 by Peter Lewis
Supermarine Aircraft Since 1914 by C. F. Andrews
Tupolev Aircraft Since 1922 (Putnam Aeronautical Books) by Bill Gunston
United States military aircraft since 1909 by Gordon Swanborough
United States Navy aircraft since 1911 by Gordon Swanborough
Vickers Aircraft since 1908 by C. F. Andrews
Vought Aircraft since 1917 by Hugh W. Cowin
Westland Aircraft Since 1915 by Derek N. James
World Speed Record Aircraft: The Fastest Piston-engined Landplanes Since 1903 by F.C.W. Kasmann
Yakovlev Aircraft Since 1924 (Putnam Aeronautical Books) by Bill Gunston
Zeppelin: Rigid Airships 1893-1940 by Peter W. Brooks

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