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Atlas of Air Warfare

Malcolm Swanston

No single human invention has changed the nature of war more that the development of the aeroplane. The Atlas of Air Warfare is a highly illustrated and accessible account of the development of aerial warfare, from the first skirmishes over... Read moreRead less

No single human invention has changed the nature of war more that the development of the aeroplane. The Atlas of Air Warfare is a highly illustrated and accessible account of the development of aerial warfare, from the first skirmishes over the Western Front in World War I to today’s hi-tech netcentric aerial battlespace. Developing from unpowered observation hot air balloons in the 18th century and even the older kite, aerial warfare has become a multibillion-dollar industry and has led to many advances in technology and techniques such as aerodynamics, propulsion, radar and use of composites and engineered materials such as carbon fibre. Featuring more than 120 complex computer-generated battle maps and graphics, The Atlas of Air Warfare explores every major air battle to have taken place in the world’s skies, as well as documenting the air element of campaigns such as Operation Barbarossa and Operation Desert Storm. Extensively researched text tells the history and the stories behind these battles concisely and clearly, alongside more than 150 striking archive photographic images.

Format: 297 x 227mm
Extent: 224pp
Word count: 100,000
Illustrations: 120 col maps, 150 col & b/w photos & artworks

Malcolm Swanston

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