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THE FLYING MATHEMATICIANS OF WORLD WAR I

This book details the advances and sacrifices of a select group of pioneers who left the safety of laboratories to drive aeronautics forward at a critical moment in history. British aviation during the First World War was advanced significantly thanks to these mathematicians and engineers.

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This book details the advances and sacrifices of a select group of pioneers who left the safety of laboratories to drive aeronautics forward at a critical moment in history. British aviation during the First World War was advanced significantly thanks to these mathematicians and engineers.

AUTHOR – Tony Royle

PUBLISHER – McGill-Queen’s University Press

FORMAT – Hardback

PAGES – 268

PUBLISHED – 2020

ISBN – 9780228003731

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Weight0.58 kg

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