ROYAL NAVY’S AIR SERVICE IN THE GREAT WAR

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An exhaustive and engrossing hardback 528-page account of the pioneering development of naval aviation by the Royal Navy 1914-1918. Less than a year into the war, the three-year-old RNAS had expanded beyond landplanes, seaplanes, flying boats, airships and balloons, into armoured cars, its own ack-ack, armoured trains, and tanks. It had deployed to the Dardanelles, the Adriatic and East Africa and later into the Eastern Mediterranean and the Red Sea, and in its armoured car role to Namibia, Russia and Romania.

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