(c. 1916), 4 3/4 x 3 3/8 inches, Original, war date, German contact printed photograph of captured Sopwith Baby No. 8153, Royal Naval Air Service. This aircraft was involved in the 25 May 1916 bombing raid against the Zeppelin airbase at Hoyer, Schleswig-Holstein. It was launched from the sea-plane carrier... Item #25533
Stereoview. "Gondola - from which bombs were dropped on London of Zeppelin brought down off the Essex coast."
circa 1918, 3 1/2 x 7 inches, Original war date stereoview. Verso blank. Very fine. Item #26206
Stereoview. "Zeppelin shot down near Colchester; even with its back broken, towers above a nearby farmhouse."
Verso blank with small paper abrasion. Item #26205
Mansfield Centre, CT: Martino Fine Books, no date, Reprint of the 1921 edition. octavo, grey cloth. (viii), 1,493 pp. Martino Fine Books, This second volume covers the period from 1909-1916. Very fine. Item #22025
(Oxford: Osprey, 2008), First Edition. quarto, printed heavy paper wrappers. 96pp. Osprey, Illustrated in color by Christa Hook. Osprey Campaign Series No. 193. The first Zeppelin attack on London came in May 1915 – and with it came the birth of a new arena of warfare, the ‘home front’. German... Item #18017
DU PLESSIS, Comte J.
Paris: Plon, (1924), First Edition. octavo, original printed paper wrappers. (viii), (352)pp. Plon, Illustrated with photographs and two maps. Wrappers worn and a few tiny chips and tears. Item #25249
EASDOWN, Martin and Thomas Genth.
(Barnsley): Pen & Sword, (2004), First Edition. octavo, pictorial heavy paper wrappers. 160pp. Pen & Sword, Well-illustrated account of the German air raid on Folkestone in 1917 and its appalling aftermath. The first comprehensive history of this episode to be published. A dramatic description of the event, relying heavily on... Item #18065
ECKENER, Dr. Hugo.
Berlin: August Scherl, (1928), Later Printing. octavo, original maroon cloth stamped in gilt on front cover and spine. (120)pp. August Scherl, Well illustrated with photographs. With tipped-in map. Text block dust on top otherwise a near fine copy. Item #25067
(Barnsley): Pen & Sword, (2009), First Edition. octavo, black boards in pictorial dust jacket. xii, (164)pp. Pen & Sword, Our vision of aviation in the First World War is dominated by images of gallant fighter pilots duelling with each other high over the Western Front. But it was the threat... Item #19668
(Barnsley): Pen & Sword, (2009), First Edition. octavo, pictorial heavy paper wrappers. xii, (164)pp. Pen & Sword, Our vision of aviation in the First World War is dominated by images of gallant fighter pilots duelling with each other high over the Western Front. But it was the threat of the... Item #27539
KELLER, C. L.
West Roxbury, MA: World War I Aero Publishers, , First Edition. octavo, wrappers. 24pp. World War I Aero Publishers, Volume 1, No. 3 in the World War I Aero Publishers aviation series. "When the rigid airship ZR-1 was christened the U.S.S. Shenandoah on 10 October 1 923, it became the... Item #11889
Hamburg: Broschek, 1931, First Edition. octavo, original blue cloth stamped in white on front cover and spine. (192)pp. Broschek, Illustrated with photographs. Zeppelin adventures during Wold War One. Lettering on spine a bit scuffed, otherwise a fine, clean copy. Item #23082
MOOR, Anthony J.
(Stroud): Tempus, (2007), First Edition. quarto, pictorial heavy paper wrappers. (128)pp. Tempus, Profusely illustrated. The forgotten airfield at Throwley, Faversham, Kent, which existed between 1917 and 1919, was created to aid Britain's coastal defence after the public's fearful outcry in response to Zeppelin raids early in the First World War... Item #21666
MORRIS, Captain Joseph.
(Gloucestershire, England): Nonsuch, (2007), Reprint. octavo, pictorial heavy paper wrappers. 188pp. Nonsuch, Reprint of the first edition of 1925. With maps and photographic illustrations. Includes Tables of German air raids on Great Britain by airships and airplanes and German Airships brought down by British forces. Very fine copy. Item #18747
OPPENHEIM, E. Phillips.
Boston: Little, Brown, 1918, First Edition. octavo, gray cloth. Little, Brown, An adventure novel. With frontispiece by H. Weston Taylor. Text block dusty and with a bit of foxing, spine slightly faded. Item #23684
PARSEVAL, August von.
Berlin: Hermann Klemm A.-G. , First Edition. quarto, beige pictorial cloth with title in red on cover and spine. (vi), (148)pp. Hermann Klemm A.-G., Text in German. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Former owner's name rubber-stamped on front pastedown, title page and back pastedown. Faint water stain along bottom one... Item #17043
New York: The John Day Company, (1961), First American Edition. octavo, black cloth in pictorial dust jacket. (x), 246pp. The John Day Company, The author studied official documents, log books, flight reports, military correspondence, and personal interviews to record the aerial "blitz" of London in the years 1914-1918, by Germany's... Item #25821
RIMELL, Raymond L.
(Poole): Arms and Armour Press, (1987), First Edition. quarto, printed heavy paper wrappers. 64pp. Arms and Armour Press, Profusely illustrated. Fine copy. Item #23191
(Sherburn-in-Elmet: The Elmet Press, 2008), Second Edition. quarto, heavy printed paper wrappers, stapled. 29pp. The Elmet Press, Illustrated with photographs (some in color), charts and one folding map. With artwork by Geoff Pleasance. On the night of 25th/26th September 1916 several Zeppelins crossed the English East coast and set off... Item #21915
SUTHERLAND , Jonathan and Diane Canwell.
(Barnsley): Pen & Sword, (2006), First Edition. octavo, black paper covered boards in pictorial dust jacket. viii, 168pp. Pen & Sword, With 24 pages of photographic plates. In the autumn of 1916 the Germans began to equip with the Gotha twin-engine bomber. The Gothas were designed to carry out attacks... Item #18066
(York: Pickerings, 1993), First Edition. octavo, printed heavy paper wrappers. 24pp., stapled. Pickerings, Illustrated with photographs and one map. A history of Copmanthorpe airfield and the three squadrons stationed there: No.'s 33, 57, and 76. A very fine copy. Item #25245