Traces the history of man's ability to fly from the inception of
the idea found in ancient religious and philosophical writings to
today's use of air and space weapons. Emphasizes and critically
examines military use of air power, including the invention of the
military airplane in 1903, military air strategy of WW II, and the
capabilities and limitations of the power we possess in the space
and air weapons of today. Of interest to the student and general
reader of political science and government, particularly
international relations and military strategy.
University Press of America
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James Trapier Lowe
||229 x 152 x 25mm (L x W x T)
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