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Bob Gardner 12-05-2011 06:09 AM

Bob Gardner's next propeller book is out!
 
A note to let fellow-forumites know that Part III of my book on British WW1 propellers is now available on my website
http://www.aeroclocks.com/Catalog_pages/Print_books.htm

It describes the propellers made by makers from the Farringdon Co. to the Lang Propeller Co.

Lang was a major British prop maker, primarily working for the Sopwith Aircraft Co, until the entry of America into the war in 1917 when the British Government responded to a request for help by the USN and sent Lang. Thus my book also describes Lang in America from 1917 until 1919. Much of the information on this aspect has come from this forum.

With kind regards,

Bob

gino 12-06-2011 11:08 AM

Hi Bob
When do you expect your book about german propellers to be published.
I would like to buy one.
regards
gino

Bob Gardner 12-06-2011 04:06 PM

Good Evening Gino,

I have probably finished my research for my book on German props.

But, the tasks in hand at the moment are editing the second edition of my book on RAF Clocks, proof reading Part 4 of British props, and finishing the last of part of British Props, Part 5.

This should be complete in the next three months and then I'll start on German props which might take 3-4 months, so the short answer to the question is in 9-12 months time!

With kind regards,

Bob


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