In the 1st World War the daring exploits of pilot Albert Ball caught the imagination of the British public like no other. Ball acquired his wings in the RFC in January 1916 and was first posted to France in February of that year. Then he joined No 13 Squadron and for a six-week period in March 1916 saw almost constant action flying the Squadron's Bristol Scout. Moving to No 11 Squadron in May 1916, Ball's score quickly accumulated. He had acquired a reputation as a tenacious scout pilot, often flying alone in his Nieuport ...

Albert Ball VC 2002, Crecy Publishing, Cheshire

ISBN-13: 9780947554897

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Albert Ball, VC 1977, W. Kimber, London

ISBN-13: 9780718300456