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Airship Boys in the Great War

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Airship Boys in the Great War by De Lysle Ferrée Cass is a thrilling adventure novel set during World War I. The story follows three young men who join the British Royal Flying Corps in order to fly airships in the war effort.

The author does an excellent job of capturing the tension and excitement of the time period, as well as the danger and bravery of the pilots who flew these experimental aircraft. The characters are well-developed and the plot moves at a fast pace, keeping the reader engaged throughout.

One of the strengths of the book is its attention to historical detail, with accurate descriptions of the technology and tactics used during the war. The author also does a great job of conveying the camaraderie and bond that develops between the three main characters as they navigate the challenges of war.

Overall, Airship Boys in the Great War is a gripping and well-written novel that will appeal to fans of historical fiction and adventure stories. It is a compelling look at a lesser-known aspect of World War I and is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.

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Little did Alan, Ned and Buck suspect what they were getting themselves in for when they approached the editor of The Herald with their plan to re-employ the Ocean Flyer, flying it back across the Atlantic Ocean to rescue their friend and the newspaper’s reporter, Bob Russell, from the clutches of the German military, who had taken him prisoner, accused him of spying, and, possibly, might condemn him to face a firing squad in the early days of “The Great War” in Europe during 1914. All they knew was they had to do something to help Bob and, hopefully, Mr. Latimer, managing editor of The Herald, would help.

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