Titre : Aerial Navigation. Translated from the Dutch...
Éditeur : D. Appleton and Company,, New York:
Date d'édition : 1894
Reliure : Hardcover
Edition : First American Edition.
octavo, (vi), (216)pp. The author, a distinguished Dutch engineer, reviews the development of aerial navigation from the balloon of Montgolfier (1783) down to the early stages of the investigations and discussions of Langley, Maxim, Holland, and others (1892). Includes several tables and diagrams. Spine very slightly faded, else a fine, clean, solid copy. maroon cloth with gilt stamping and decoration on front cover and spine. N° de réf. du libraire 16045
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