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108: January 2017 Open Access Copy

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031: Spring 1991

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033: Winter 1991

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'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…


Lincolnshire in the Path of the Zeppelins with Ian Castle

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Ian Castle will be presenting on 'Lincolnshire in the Path of the Zeppelins' and The Collection on Friday 10th August, 7 pm Ian Castle is a leading expert on the history of Germany’s WW1 aerial campaign against Britain. He runs the air raid website, Ian Castle Zeppelin and his latest book, ‘Zeppelin Onslaught - The Forgotten Blitz 1914-1915’, was …


The Zeppelins: An Illustrated History

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The Zeppelins: An Illustrated History, by Phil Carradice This does exactly what it says in the title. It offers a concise history of the development of the Zeppelin airship from its inception, carrying passengers and as an unwieldy weapon of war. Graf Ferdinand von Zeppelin, a Prussian career soldier and an observer in the American, had seen the a…