Aircraft Vol. 1 by Alfred W. Lawson

By Alfred W. Lawson

Первый том авиационной энциклопедии, издававшейся с марта 1910 г.

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Professor Rotch is a member of the Aero Club of the I'nited Kingdom and an original member of the Aero Club of America. American Association for the advancement of Science, he will invite the attention of engi1904 with were sent up under his direction MEN OF THE MOVEMENT at St. neers to aeronautics. Resides numerous scientific articles. Professor Rotch has published " Sounding the Ocean of Air'* ("Romance of Science Series). London, igoo, and "The Conquest of the Air" (Present TDay Primers), New York.

At by the LInited Services College, Windsor, England, where there are one hundred boys interested in the subject. The Hampshire Aero Club, which also has about one hundred boy members, is getting lectures frequently by iNIr. Alexander, as well as the East He London College. thinks that within three years' time at least fifteen thousand boys of England ahead of that country theoretically. " lighter-than-air be discarded for the propelling force of flying machines and the will be able to fly : in fact, he is of the opinion that boj'S will take the greatest part in the development of the science, they having more time to devote to getting into smash-ups than men it and less fear of usually.

War Office. Zeppelin No. , 15,000 m. 3, speed 33 miles per hour. "Non-rigid type. Unde nstruction "; Siemens-Schuckert, 13,000 m. 3" Rigid type ": Sehnette, 20,c Belongs 3. the to German Aerial Navigatic. _„. "In preparation": Unger. Steel dirigible. Steel Prill. Rettig; " dirigible. with the balloon cover made of five plates. —" Semi-rigid ": Military dirigible, 2,500 hou Non-rigid": Da Sehi< Leonardo da Vinci (built by Forlanini. nixed rigid, not rigid, type). " In preparation ": Two war dirigibles.

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