Naval aviation in the First World War : its impact and influence / R.D. Layman Layman, R. D., 1928-

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Layman, R. D., 1928-
World War, 1914-1918 - Naval operations.; World War, 1914-1918 - Aerial operations.; Seaplanes - History.
  • 1. The Reconnaissance Revolution
  • 2. Contrast of Land and Sea
  • 3. The 'Battleship Admiral' and other Myths
  • 4. Admirals and Aviation - The Reality
  • 5. Aerial Combat
  • 6. Tactical Offence
  • 7. Strategic Offence
  • 8. Defending the Sea Lanes
  • 9. Attacking the Sea Lanes
  • 10. Ships for Aircraft
  • 11. Aircraft for Ships
  • 12. The Rise and Fall of the Naval Balloon
  • 13. The Suez Canal and the Konigsberg - Reconnaissance and Strategic Success
  • 14. The Dardanelles and Gallipoli - Reconnaissance and Strategic Failure
  • 15. North Sea Aeronaval War I: The Influence of the Airship
  • 16. Jutland
  • 17. North Sea Aeronaval War II: The Greatest Battle Never Fought
  • 18. 'Taranto' 1918 and Jan Smuts' Revenge
  • 19. Conclusions
  • Appendix 1. Growth of Naval Air Arms 1914-1918
  • Appendix 2. Ships Sunk, Permanently Disabled, Captured, Interned or otherwise Incapacitated by Direct or Indirect Aerial Action.
  • Appendix 3. A Note on the Development of Aerial Direction of Naval Gunfire.
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