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BY THE SAME AUTHOR

AERIAL FLIGHT Vol.

Vol.

I.

II.

AERODYNAMICS

AERODONETICS

21/. net.

21/- net.

Translated into French by

COMMT. BENOIT: Translated into

Gauthier-Villars, Paris.

German by

PROF. CARL RUNGE:

Teubner, Leipsig.

" The Times," November 4th, 1908.

"A

distinct step forward in the campaign for the conquest of the air is marked by the publication of Mr. Lanchester's two volumes."

"

The Morning Post," October

27th, 1908.

" Mr. Lanchester seems to be the first man who has considered and mastered the fact and theory of every phase of the subject before sitting

down

to write."

"THE FLYING MACHINE FROM AN ENGINEERING STANDPOINT." THE JAMES FORREST LECTURE,

1914.

(Reprinted by permission of the Institution of Civil Engineers).

LONDON: CONSTABLE

& CO., LTD.