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|
|Publisher||G. P. Putnam's Sons|
|Published Place||New York|
11th Aero Squadron
94th Aero Squadron
96th Aero Squadron
139th Aero Squadron
|Library of Congress Control Number||6418008|