|Statement||from translation prepared by Erik Hildesheim; illustrated by Otto Frello.|
|Series||The pocket encyclopaedia of world aircraft in colour|
|Contributions||Munson, Kenneth, ed.|
|LC Classifications||TL605 .E4313|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||74155781|
Balloons and airships, editor of the English edition Kenneth Munson Lennart A. T. Ege, Kenneth Munson Blandford Press, - Technology & Engineering - pages. "Balloons and Airships, " is part of a series that was published from the late s to the mids. Kenneth Munson wrote all of them except this one, which he edited. The book is translated from Danish, but, if anything, it's more snappily written than those by s: 7. Get this from a library! Balloons and airships, [Lennart A T Ege; Kenneth George Munson; Erik Hildesheim; Otto Frello]. "Balloons and Airships, " is part of a series that was published from the late s to the mids. Kenneth Munson wrote all of them except this one, which he edited. The book is translated from Danish, but, if anything, it's more snappily written than those by Munson/5(7).
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