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Biggles of the Camel Suadron characters Ï 109 ☆ ➵ [Read] ➱ Biggles of the Camel Suadron By W.E. Johns ➿ – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk PRE ISBNNo date of publication statedFictional based on fact stories of experiment trial and error in the Royal Flying Corps in World Wat 1 The Great WarCONTENTSForwardHow 'Biggles'Al Flying Corps in World Wat The Great WarCONTENTSForwardHow 'Biggles' Was BornGlossary Of Terms UsedThe ProfessorThe Joy Ride The B. Old School adventure done properly jolly good show Easy to mock hard to copy simple but technically meticulous stories give a fascinating insight into early flying seen from a very particular perspectiveAlso very much darker than the 'jolly japes' image might suggest Death loss grief and the futility of war are not far from the surface Well worth a read

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PRE ISBNNo date of the Camel PDFEPUB #229 publication statedFictional based on fact stories of experiment trial and error in the Roy. Inspired by the lead story The ProfessorWittgenstein of the Camel Suadron1 Let us consider an individual we may call him L who joins a World War I fighter suadron L says to himself that there is no problem Aerial combat is merely geometry; one projects the trajectories of the two aeroplanes and the machine gun bullets and computes the appropriate times and angles But when he describes these reflections to his new comrades he is met with howls of derision WhyThe rest of this review is available elsewhere the location cannot be given for Goodreads policy reasons

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Biggles of the Camel SuadronRidge PartyThe Bottle PartyThe TrapThe FunkThe Professor Comes BackThe Great ArenaThe Dragon's LairBiggles's Day OffScotland For Eve. 1956 hardback edition This is the third Biggles book that I've read and my favourite so far Unlike the other two this is a collection of 11 short stories and an interesting foreword The stories are about as varied as a collection of stories starring a WW1 pilot could possibly be and surprisingly educational and action packed for something written so long ago About 34 of the way through this 215 page book come The Funk The Professor Comes Back and The Great Arena which I enjoyed the most WE Johns' writing of the action scenes actually has my pulse racing on occasions which is something very few writers ever manage to pull off especially as dogfights are a chaotic affair that are difficult to describe well If you can't find the Biggles books in order this would be a good one to start with 4255