This is a book everyone should read. It is the autobiography of an ace, and no common ace either. The boy had all the noble tastes and qualities, love of beauty, soaring imagination, a brilliant endowment of good looks . . . this prince of pilots . . . had a charmed life in every sense of the word' - George Bernard Shaw Sent to France with the Royal Flying Corps at just seventeen, and later a member of the famous 56 Squadron, Cecil Lewis was an illustrious and passionate fighter pilot of the First World War, described by Bernard Shaw in 1935 as 'a thinker, a master of words, and a bit of a poet'. In this vivid and spirited account the author evocatively sets his love of the skies and flying against his bitter experience of the horrors of war, as we follow his progress from France and the battlefields of the Somme, to his pioneering defence of London against deadly night time raids.A start has been made on the compilation of a guide to best practice for boat archaeological experiments a see the article a#39;Experimental boat and ship archaeology: principles and ... 2004. Dover Bronze Age Boat. Swindon aaa 2004 Dover Bronze Age Boat in Context. Oxford Coates, J. et al 1995. ... Marinera#39;s Mirror, 82: 131a53 aaa 2004. ... in Blue, L. et al (eds): 8a15 Millett, M. aamp; McGrail, S. 1987.
|Title||:||Sailing into the Past|
|Publisher||:||Seaforth Publishing - 2009-06-18|