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The Sky Their Battlefield: The Complete List of Allied Air Casualties from Enemy Action in Wwi

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A complete, annotated listing of all American, British and Commonwealth casualties sustained in aerial combat during WWI.
Hardcover, 610 pages
Published August 21st 2008 by Grub Street (first published November 1995)
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'Aussie Rick'
Nov 28, 2009 rated it really liked it



This book is a researchers delight. The effort that Trevor Henshaw has put into this book is staggering and if your are serious about WWI aviation this book should be sitting in your library. Mind you its not a book you can sit down and read but if you want to find out what happended on a particular day or follow the career of a particular pilot this is the book for you. During the time I researched 2 Australian pilots of WWI fame this book was invaluable. Just too detailed for words but excelle
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Trevor Henshaw was born in Melbourne, Australia. He attended Melbourne Grammar School and then studied at the University of Melbourne where he gained a Bachelor of Architecture degree. He has lived most of the last thirty-five years in north London, where, as a Chartered Architect, he has been a partner in Maslen Brennan Henshaw Partnership, and for some years now an associate with Chetwoods Archi ...more
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