Shoreham Airport, Sussex, 2nd Edition
The Story of Britain's Oldest Licensed Airfield
Compiled by T.M.A. Webb and D.L. Bird
151 Pages, Illustrated
NOT OUR PUBLICATION
Begun in 1910, just seven years after the Wright Brothers first flight, Shoreham is the oldest licensed airfield in Britain with six distinct phases: the pioneers prior to WW I; military use during WWI; the growth of private flying between the world wars; military use during WW II; the Miles/Beagle years; and the growth during the last 25 years of the 20th Century. The book is thoroughly illustrated and a joy for all aviation enthusiasts.
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