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by Lieutenant-Colonel Eric Ash
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  • Author:
    Lieutenant-Colonel Eric Ash
  • ISBN:
    0714648280
  • ISBN13:
    978-0714648286
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    Routledge; 1 edition (March 31, 1999)
  • Pages:
    304 pages
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    Historical
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This is a long-overdue study of Sir Frederick H. Sykes, Chief of the Air Staff of Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) during . Rather, he played a fundamental part in organizing and leading British aviation from 1912 to the end of 1918. Sykes, Chief of the Air Staff of Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) during the First World War. Historians, fo. He provided organization, visionary guidance and efficient administrative control for the fledgling service that tried to survive infancy in the heat of battle.

series Studies in Air Power. by Lieutenant-Colonel Eric Ash. Studies in Air Power. This is a long-overdue study of Sir Frederick H. Historians, for the most part, have either overlooked Sykes or misinterpreted him, leaving a gap in the story of British flying. Contrary to previous images of Sykes, we now see that he was not a secretive intriguer or a tangential subject in RAF history.

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3. Description this book This is a long-overdue study of Sir Frederick H. Sykes, Chief of the Air Staff of Britain s Royal Air Force (RAF) during the First World War.

Ash moves beyond a study of air power and throws light on the struggles within the British decision-making elite on how the war would best be won. This will be of value to scholars interested in general British war strategy. a lively read that should provoke a counter-blast from supporters of Trenchard.

Air Vice Marshal Sir Frederick Hugh Sykes, GCSI, GCIE, GBE, KCB, CMG (23 July 1877 – 30 September 1954) was a British military officer and politician. Sykes was a junior officer in the 15th Hussars before becoming interested in military aviation

Air Vice Marshal Sir Frederick Hugh Sykes, GCSI, GCIE, GBE, KCB, CMG (23 July 1877 – 30 September 1954) was a British military officer and politician. Sykes was a junior officer in the 15th Hussars before becoming interested in military aviation. He was the first Officer Commanding the Military Wing of the Royal Flying Corps before the First World War and later served as the Flying Corps' Chief of Staff in France during the 1914 and 1915

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This is a long-overdue study of Sir Frederick H. Sykes, Chief of the Air Staff of Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) during the First World War. Historians, for the most part, have either overlooked Sykes or misinterpreted him, leaving a gap in the story of British flying. Contrary to previous images of Sykes, we now see that he was not a secretive intriguer or a tangential subject in RAF history. Rather, he played a fundamental part in organizing and leading British aviation from 1912 to the end of 1918. He provided organization, visionary guidance and efficient administrative control for the fledgling service that tried to survive infancy in the heat of battle.