A History of Aeronautics
by E. Charles Vivian
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 1997
Evelyn Charles Vivian (1882 - 1947) was a British editor and writer of fantasy and supernatural, detective novels. Vivian gives a detailed account of the history of aeronautics through 1920. Famous fliers are discussed and the evolution of the aeroplane is covered. The advancements in engine design are also included.
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