The Golden Age of Flying BoatsAuthor: Trautman, JamesCode: 57816Price:AU $49.95Format: Paperback / 280 pages Publisher: FIREFLY BOOKS LTD Published date:08/01/2020Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-2 business days
Illustrated history of the golden age of flying boats between the wars, revised with new historical information, colour photographs and artwork.
Flying Boats of the 1930s and 1940sAuthor: Bain, CharlesCode: 52454Price:AU $53.99(was
AU $89.99)Format: Hardback / 336 pages Publisher: FONTHILL Published date:20/12/2018Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
The history of some of history's most interesting, and strangest, flying boats! High Hulls delves into the stories of beautiful and unusual aircraft from a vanished time. Both ship and plane, these machines covered the globe in the 1930s and 1940s, performing a multitude of tasks. This book reveals the history of over thirty of these amazing ......
1931 (S1595 and S1596)Author: Pegram, RalphCode: 52463Price:AU $49.95Format: Hardback / 192 pages Publisher: HAYNES PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:02/12/2018Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
1931 (S1595 and S1596
On 13 September 1931 the Schneider Trophy was won outright for Britain on Southampton Water by Flt Lt John Boothman flying Supermarine S6B, S1595, with a record-breaking average speed of 379.08mph.
Ralph Pegram relates the story of the Schneider Trophy competitions and describes the ......
Air Travel in the Golden AgeAuthor: Woodley, CharlesCode: 55455Price:AU $44.99Format: Paperback / 192 pages Publisher: HISTORY PRESS Published date:01/08/2018Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-2 business days
Chronicling a glamorous era in air travel, when journeys took days and were things to be savoured
Author: Bill TuckeyCode: 22809Price:AU $29.99Format: Paperback / 166 pages Published date:01/07/2009Availability:Available, please contact us for availability
Publisher's notes: Just watch the terrifying speedboat crashes shown over and over again in those "world's worst" from on American TV and remember this: Over the last 80 years 11 men have died in attempts to raise the world water speed record. One man, Australian Ken Warby, has done it and survived - the sole member of the world's most ......