Series: Time-Life: Epic of Flight

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The Aeronauts by Donald Dale Jackson1
The Road to Kitty Hawk by Valerie Moolman2
The First Aviators by Curtis Prendergast3
Knights of the Air by Ezra Bowen4
The Pathfinders by David Nevin5
The Giant Airships by Douglas Botting6
Barnstormers & Speed Kings by Paul O'Neil7
Soldiers of Fortune by Sterling Seagrave8
Flying the Mail by Donald Dale Jackson9
The Airline Builders by Oliver E. Allen10
The Bush Pilots by Sterling Seagrave11
The Explorers by Donald Dale Jackson12
Architects of Air Power by David Nevin13
The Raf at War (Epic of Flight) by Ralph Barker14
Women Aloft by Valerie Moolman15
The Luftwaffe by Time-Life Books16
America in the Air War by Edward Jablonski17
The Carrier War by Clark G. Reynolds18
The Soviet Air Force at War by Russell Miller19
Designers and Test Pilots by Richard P. Hallion20
The Helicopters by Warren R. Young21
The Jet Age by Robert J. Serling22
Fighting Jets by Bryce Walker23
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