World War, 1914-1918 -- Aerial operations, French
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Henry Augustus Batchelor III, American from Saginaw, Michigan. Served briefly with the Lafayette Flying Corps in France from August 1917-March 1918. Was then transferred to the United States Air Service, serving as Chief Pilot and instructor at Moutchic-Lacanau from March 1918 to Armistice. He also served in the American Amublance Corps in France and, immediately after the war, in the service of the American Red Cross in the Balkans. Included in Batchelor's archive is correspondence to his...
Dates: 1914 - 1970
Scope and Contents Photograph album consisting of 126 original captioned photographs capturing Walter Oswald "Toby" Watt's service in the French Aeronautique Militaire.
Dates: 1914 - 1916
Scope and Contents 3 photographs: The first depicting an airborne French Spad biplane; the second and third being reconnaissance aerial shots of areas behind German lines.
Scope and Contents 92 photographs in a Ward's Album for Unmounted Photographs, No. 1743. Almost all of the photographs are captioned in the image; possibly translations into less than perfect English. Some of the smaller photos have been pasted in. A good number of the photos appear to be press photographs rather than snapshots taken by a serviceman. Pictures include a German 3-seated bombing plane captured by the French after landing due to engine trouble; a picture of a German bomber causght in...