The Aeroplane in War

Claude Grahame-White (1879 - 1959) and Harry Harper (1880 - 1960)

"Although it is still a crude machine—in view of the perfected apparatus which is the aim of thoughtful designers—the aeroplane has demonstrated, in a conclusive way, its value as an instrument of war." - Summary by Authors

Genre(s): War & Military, Transportation

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 PREFACE Jim Locke
00:08:05
Play 01 REVIEW OF PROGRESS PRIOR TO THE FIRST MILITARY TESTS OF AEROPLANES Jim Locke
00:48:54
Play 02 FIRST EXPERIMENTS WITH AEROPLANES IN THE FRENCH AUTUMN MANOEUVRES, 1910 Jim Locke
00:09:12
Play 03 THE GROWING AIR-FLEETS OF FOREIGN NATIONS Jim Locke
00:26:47
Play 04 IMPORTANCE OF ORGANISATION IN THE USE OF WAR AEROPLANES Jim Locke
00:12:09
Play 05 ENGLAND'S POSITION IN REGARDS TO MILITARY FLYING Jim Locke
00:35:54
Play 06 WAR AEROPLANES AT THE PARIS AERONAUTICAL EXHIBITION, DECEMBER, 1911 Jim Locke
00:28:43
Play 07 WHAT EXISTING WAR AEROPLANES CAN ACTUALLY ACCOMPLISH Jim Locke
00:31:06
Play 08 WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND PHOTOGRAPHY AS AIDS TO AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE Jim Locke
00:21:37
Play 09 DEVELOPMENT OF ALL-WEATHER WAR AEROPLANES Jim Locke
00:24:27
Play 10 THE TRAINING OF ARMY AIRMEN Jim Locke
00:40:41
Play 11 THE COST OF WAR AEROPLANES Jim Locke
00:33:23
Play 12 PROBLEM OF ARTILLERY FIRE AND THE AEROPLANE Jim Locke
00:24:57
Play 13 DESTRUCTIVE POTENTIALITIES OF WEIGHT-CARRYING AEROPLANES Jim Locke
00:17:31
Play 14 WAR IN THE AIR BETWEEN HOSTILE AEROPLANES Jim Locke
00:12:43
Play 15 VALUE OF THE AEROPLANE IN NAVAL WARFARE Jim Locke
00:14:15
Play 16 AERIAL WORK IN THE FRENCH AND GERMAN AUTUMN MANOEUVRES, 1911 Jim Locke
00:27:58