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Catalog Number 2007.199.4
Object Name book
Accession number 2007.199
Summary Table of Contents: Foreword; Prelude; 1914; 1915; 1916; 1916; 1917; 1918; Appendix (Bibliography; The Aces); Index.

List of Illustrations: Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, December 17, 1903; Orville Wright and Type "A" biplane; Wright Type "A" biplane in flight; Alberto Santos-Dumont and his plane "14 bis"; Louis Bleriot after cross-channel flight; Deperdussin; Notices of mobilization posted in Paris, August 1914; French troops in Paris suburb; Lt. L. A. Strange; Farman Shorthorn; Captured German planes on exhibit in Paris; French airdrome at Vosins; B.E. 2B No. 2 Squadron; Sopwith Tabloid; The Avro 504A; Wreckage of German two-seater observation plane; French Voisin brought down on accident; "Taxis of the Marne"; General Joffre with aides; British and French soldiers in winter of 1914-1915; Lewis machine gun on wing of Nieuport; The Martinsyde Scout; Roland Garros; Eduard von Schleich, the "Black Knight"; Fokker E-III; British B.E. 2c; Fokker Eindekker EIII; Fokker Eindekker in flight; A treed Quirk; Members of Feldflieger-Abteilung No. 62; Edmond Thieffry; Lt. W. N. R. Rhodes-Moorhouse; The German naval airship L-9; Zeppelins leaving Germany to bomb London; Bombs used in Zeppelin raids; Flight Sub-Lieutenant Warneford; French Caudron G-III bomber; Capitaine Pinsard; French Voisin falling in flames; Georges Guynemer and Jean Guerder; Nieuport II; French troops off to western front; View of the Somme sector; Albatros D-I; Junkers J-2; Oswald Boelcke relaxing; Lieutenant Bohme; Oberleutnant Immelmann; Hauptmann Boelcke; Hauptmann Buddecke; Albatros C-III; German pilots await call to action; Albatros C-VII; Albatros D-II; "Fighter Experimental"; British observation balloon; British F.E. 2B; Jean Marie Navarre; Charles Nungesser; Nieuport 17 in flight; Insignia of Lafayette Escadrille; Training accident in Pau, France; Salvage hangar at Pau, 1916; Original members of the Lafayette Escadrille; Lieutenant de Laage; Dudley Hill next to Nieuport; Sgt. Robert Soubiran; Nungesser with members of Lafayette Escadrille; Captain Albert Ball; Georges Guynemer in a Spad; Nieuports of the Lafayette Escadrille; Walter Lovett, Edmond C. Genet, Raoul Lufbery and James McConnell; William Mitchell visits the Lafayette Escadrille; Capt. Lanoe G. Hawker; German Observation balloon, the drachen; Bristol Bullet, Model D; D.H. 2; Sopwith 1 ½ Strutter; Sopwith Pup; Antiaircraft gun emplacement; Lt. Leefe Robinson; Wreckage of German Army Zeppelin; L-20 sinking off Coast of Norway; German Zeppelin L-33; Prime Minister Lloyd-George; Kaptain Heinrich Mathy; Capt. W. J. Tempest; Warneford's Morane Parasol; Albatros D-III; German picture postcard (Manfred von Richthofen, Sebastian Festner, Emil Schaefer Lothar von Richthofen and Kurt Wolff; Handley-Page; Bristol F2B; Major Andrew McKeever; "Soda" the lion cub, mascot of the Lafayette; Funeral of Edmond Charles Genet; Scouting Experimental 5;Sopwith F.1; Albatros crashed; Lothar von Richthofen Georges Guynemer; J.C. Lawrence; Guynemer in his Spad; French Spad; Guynemer's French identification card; Rene Paul Fonck; Charles Eugene Jules Marie Nungesser; Manfred von Richthofen; Richthofen and German Empress; Richthofen with Kaiser Wilhelm; Richthofen's Jasta 11 the "Flying Circus"; General Erich von Ludendorff; Raymond Collishaw; Richthofen in hospital; Nurse Katie Otersdorf with Baron Manfred von Richthofen; Oberleutnant W. Reinhard; Fokker triplane; Kurt Wolff with Richtofen; Werner Voss; Gotha Bomber; Squadron of Gothas line up; London under Gotha attack; A.E.G. bomber; Siemens-Schuckert bomber; German Zeppelin L-49; Dogfight Fokker D-VIIs and S.E. 5s; Fokker disintegrates after attack; Von Richthofen saluting Kaiser; Ernst Udet; Douglas Campbell; Orderlies assist Richthofen; Von Richthofen and his dog, Moritz; Oberst Hermann Thomsen, von Richthofen and General W. von Hoeppner; Von Richthofen's grave; James Thomas Byford McCudden and Edward "Mick" Mannock; Wilhelm Reinhard; Donald R. MacLaren; William Avery Bishop in Nieuport; Nieuport 28; Elliot White Springs; Squadron of S.E.5As; George A. Vaughn, Jr.; Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois, and Gen. John J. Pershing; Curtiss JN-4; David E. Putnam with Capt. D. L. Hill of 139th Aero Squadron; Raoul Lufbery; Members of 94th Aero Squadron; Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker; Frank Luke, Jr. Edward Rickenbacker; German Hannover CL-III; Reed Chambers; Willy Coppens; 11th Aero Squadron; German balloonist jumping from basket; Fregattenkapitan Peter Strasser; Lufbery next to Nieuport; DeHavilland 9As; French Caudron G-III; French Salmson 2-A2; Maj. H. M. Brown and Lt. H. M. McChesney; The French Breguet; Fokker D-VII; Breguet bombers of the 96th Aero Squadron; German Roland D-VIA; Maj. William George Barker with Camel plane; 1918 Sopwith Snipe; Spad of the 94th Aero Squadron; Junked planes.
Title Knighted Skies: A Pictorial History of World War I in the Air
Author Jablonski, Edward
Published Date 1964
Publisher G. P. Putnam's Sons
Published Place New York
Search Terms 11th Aero Squadron
94th Aero Squadron
96th Aero Squadron
139th Aero Squadron
OCLC Number 1307796
Library of Congress Control Number 6418008