Nieuport Aircraft of WW1 (Crowood Aviation) by Ray Sanger

The French firm of Nieuport built some of the best-looking and most effective fighting planes of World War I - the types 11, 17 and 28 gaining particular fame. Nieuports were also among the most numerous aircraft of the War, being operated by the French, British, Belgian, Russian, Italian and American forces. This book covers all these aircraft in detail, paying attention to both technical detail and operational use. Illustrated throughout with rare photographs, this should be a useful volume for any World War I aviation library.

Condition

New but a little shelf worn

Publisher

The Crowood Press Ltd

Date published

2002

Format

Large hardback with dust jacket