Through a wealth of photographs and color illustrations and an informed narrative, "Blue Skies, Orange Wings" documents the surprisingly strong role of Dutch aircraft, airmen, designers, and airlines in world aviation in the first half of the twentieth century.In this beautiful book Ryan Noppen offers the most thorough study of the early years of Dutch commercial and military aviation published in the English language. He examines the famed Fokker airliners, fighters, and combat aircraft, the development of Dutch national airline KLM, and the impact that Dutch aircraft had on the world in the pioneering days of flight, including a number of notable individuals Charles Lindbergh, Henry Ford, Amelia Earhart, and more."
Blue Skies, Orange Wings
William B.\Eerdmans#Publishing Company
The Global Reach of Dutch Aviation in War and Peace, 1914-1945
Education & Reference