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AVIATION HISTORY LINKS

~ ALL AVIATION HISTORY ~

Famous Aviation Firsts
  A brief chronology of aviation milestones.(InfoPlease)

U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission
  official U.S. aviation history website

American Aviation History Society (AAHS)
  Leading organization of U.S. aviation historians,
  & historical articles transcribed from its journals.

National Aviation Hall of Fame
  biographies of U.S. aviation greats

Aviation History Magazine, The History Network

National Air & Space Museum (NASM)
  of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Aero-Web network
  diverse aviation resources, including:

Historical Information
Aviation Museums
Airshows
Airports
Aircraft Locator

Aeronautics Learning Laboratory, Allstar Network
  (aviation history texts online)


~ SPECIAL TOPICS in AVIATION HISTORY ~

~ EARLY AVIATION ~

The Early Birds of Aviation, Inc.
    An organization of pioneers
    who flew solo before December 17, 1916

The 1910 Los Angeles International Air Meet
    at Dominguez Field
    History webpage for
    America's 1st Int'l Air Meet,
    January 1910.
    Excellent early aviation pix and information.

Wright Bros. Aeroplane Co.
    Wright Brothers & their Aircraft
    in superb detail, with additional information
    on all early aviation.

First Flight Society - Wright Bros.
    Limited info, good pix, on Wright Brothers & their Aircraft

 

~ WORLD WAR I ~

World War I Aviation Homepage

Cross & Cockade International:
    The Society of First World War Aero Historians

The Aerodrome:
    Aces & Aircraft of WW I

World War I comprehensive website
    Teacher Oz's Kingdom of History

Congressional Medal of Honor recipients
    (includes Rickenbacker, Mitchell and Bleckley)

 

~ THE GOLDEN AGE ~
(between World War I and World War II)

The Golden Age of Aviation History

Golden Age of Aviation
   
 electronic magazine ("e-zine")

Biplane page, of "Airshow" website

special "Golden Age" topics:

~ WORLD WAR II ~

American Aircraft of World War II

Commemorative Air Force
    (formerly the "Confederate Air Force")

Congressional Medal of Honor recipients
    (includes Mitchell, Doolittle and Boyington)

World War II propaganda posters
    (official view of WWII at the time)


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