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In the Royal Naval Air Service

Harold Rosher

In the Royal Naval Air Service

Being the War Letters of the Late Harold Rosher to His Family

by Harold Rosher

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Published by Stackpole Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • Aircraft: general interest,
  • Biography: general,
  • History of engineering&technology,
  • History - General History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11575593M
    ISBN 100947898409
    ISBN 109780947898403
    OCLC/WorldCa14380216

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm. Series Title: Images of aviation. Responsibility.   In , the Naval Wing of the Royal Flying Corps was subsumed into the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS). With the bulk of the Royal Flying Corps engaged in France, the aircraft and seaplane pilots of the RNAS protected Britain from the deadly and terrifying Zeppelin menace.

    Royal Naval Air Service, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Aviation was in its infancy when the task of realizing.   This book makes five original documents relating to the work of Britain’s Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) during the First World War readily available to students and historians. To enhance visual interest a large collection of photographs, Author: Philip Jarrett.

    No Squadron of England's Royal Naval Air Service was formed at St. Pol, a suburb of Dunkerque, in February , as part of the rapid naval aviation expansion programme required by the Royal Naval Air Service's commitment to assist the Royal Flying Corps on the Western Front. Seconded to the Royal Flying Corps and initially flying the "state of the art" Sopwith Triplane, the squadron's. He flew a wide variety of aircraft incl the Bristol fighter and the BE2c. On the day of the declaration of war, Harold Rosher applied for a commission in the Royal Naval Air Service. The letters which form this book were written between August and February Seller Rating: % positive.


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In the Royal Naval Air Service: Being the War Letters of Harold Rosher to His Family by Naval & Military Press Ships from Local Supplier Related Searches: Military History, Naval And Military Press Format: Paperback / softback Dimensions: x x centimeters Weight: kg. The RNAS was founded in July when the naval wing of the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was moved out of the RFC and brought under Admiralty control.

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Royal Naval Air Service The naval wing of Britain's ROYAL FLYING CORPS became the RNAS on 23 June In WWI it was far more than the envisaged auxiliary force for the navy, being responsible at various times for the air defence of Britain. The Royal Naval Air Service or RNAS was the air arm of the Royal Navy until near the end of the First World War, when it merged with the British Armys Royal Flying Corps to form a new service (the first of its kind in the world), the Royal Air Force.

When the RFC was founded on Apit was intended to encompass all military flying. The British Pacific Fleet (BPF) was a Royal Navy formation that saw action against Japan during the Second World fleet was composed of Commonwealth naval vessels. The BPF formally came into being on 22 November from the remaining ships of the former Eastern Fleet then being re-named the East Indies Fleet and continuing to be based in Trincomalee.

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An amazing account of the Royal Naval Air Service and the part it played in the aerial warfare of the first world war before it was swallowed up by the newly formed Royal Air Force.

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To enhance visual interest a large collection of photographs, many hitherto unpublished, has been : Pen & Sword Books. I have information of virtually all men of the Royal Naval Air Service. This info varies from full name/official number up to very much more.

These men would include attached RNVR officers and I am at present working on men of the RNVR Anti Aircraft Corps of the RNAS.

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