Aviation and Literature / Aviation and Books

Aircraft, one of the most romantic themes that captures young minds and hearts. They seek out any information about these winged cars, so as not just to seriously get involved in the profession, but to devote their lives to it.

Of course, television, and today the Internet, is the beloved and indispensable means of broadcasting any information to the masses, and this is an indisputable fact. But still, nothing will replace a person a book, no matter what format, printed or electronic, the main thing is to get a grasp of the well-written words of the author, immerse yourself in this atmosphere, understand it.

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Here are books of civil and military subjects. In the first case, this is about flights, various emergency situations, about how not only those who control the aircraft, but also people on board as passengers can behave. In the second, about fighters, about hero pilots, opportunities and actions, about the importance of their role in the war years.

The chapter allows us to learn about flights through beautifully expressed thoughts, written in accessible, artistic, or documentary language. Immersed in reading this literature, you can not voluntarily break away from it. So section (aviation and letieratura, aviation and books) presented below.

Year

Name

Author

Summary

2011
Nikolay Yakubovich
The story begins with the fighters during the Vietnam War.
2011
Alexander Klinge
This aircraft is the main symbol of the blitzkrieg.
2010
Arthur Haley
At the heart of the book is a situation where a flight could be the last for all present passengers on board.
2010
Lydia Kuzmina
The book is written in memory of Pavel Osipovich Sukhoi
2010
Vladimir Kotelnikov
A new book by the exploits of A-20 described in detail, distinguished himself on all fronts of the Great Patriotic War
2008
Khairulin Marat
This book tells about one of the most neglected events of Soviet history.
2008
Vasily Ershov
I managed to transport about a million people safe and sound
1969
Ivan Kozhedub
Their most first full release of the most experienced Soviet pilot
1968
Arthur Haley
In this novel, Haley narrates about the life of the airport: about the staff, about the various mechanisms of work that exist as a single complex organism.
1966
Richard Bach
This book is not about the love of two halves, not about love for the country, this book is about the love of man to the aircraft.
1963 Aviation and Space German Titov The book is primarily focused on the military reader.
1940
Jordans Assen
The ability to fly in good and bad weather conditions, adverse conditions, cloud cover, fog - required for military air line pilots.
1926
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
2 books are very similar to each other. In the novels sustained aviation theme and difficult ways of life of people.

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