exciting tale of a lifetime in aviation, a lifetime of remarkable adventures
from the early days of flying in World War 1 aircraft without brakes,
withour proper engine control, without instruments, where the aeroplanes
killed more pilots than the enemy. On through a forced landing in a
small English field of ripe barley to three years of adventure in the
Iraqi desert where the author made exciting explorations.
Weston's lifetime in aviation will prove a fascinating read to all those
interested in the history and development of aircraft during the century.