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'Ireland's Contribution to Winning the War at Sea 1914-18' by Guy Warner

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In this talk, Guy Warner, will consider the role Irishmen played in national navies and the impact the war at sea had on Irish port towns. Guy Warner is a member of the Ulster Aviation Society and frequent local speaker. Members of The Western Front Association and non-members are equally welcome. We ask for a modest £4 donation on the door. Any n…


'The Royal Naval Air Service' a talk by Phil Tomaselli

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The Royal Naval Air Service, the air arm of the Royal Navy, came into existence in July 1914. The early RNAS pioneers first flew off ships, they developed the first proper bombers, shot down the first Zeppelin, hunted German cruisers in East Africa and flew fighters over the trenches alongside the Royal Flying Corps. The two were merged as the RAF…


'Naval 8 Squadron, Royal Naval Air Service' by Colin Buxton

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Colin Buxton, 208 Squadron’s official historian, will be giving a presentation on Naval 8 Squadron, RNAS, during the Great War. 


AGM Meeting followed by 'RFC/RNAS to the RAF 1918' with Ian Massey

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After the AGM, Ian Massey will give a talk on the RFC and RNAS as they became the RAF in 1918.    IMAGE: Officers and S.E.5a Scouts of No. 1 Squadron, RAF at Clairmarais aerodrome near Ypres. IWM Q12063


When the Navy Took to the Air: The Experimental Seaplane Stations of the Royal Naval Air Service

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Reviewed by Niall Ferguson. Those hoping to read of the exploits of the RNAS on the Western Front will be disappointed since the secondary title of this volume provides a better description of the contents than the primary. While there is some description of aerial action, it reflects only on the culmination of research and experimentation at plac…