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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Scandinavia/Finland, ISBN/Box 9789527044209, Publisher Ketterät Kirjat OY, Author Jukka Nisula, Format a4, No. Pages 368, Version hb, Language Finnish
The Buccaneer auxiliary and camp camps in the 1930s and 1940s book describes the steps of the major and less well known Kauhava Aviation Schools, Aerospace and Aviation Hospitals in the 1930s and 1940s. School activity Kauhava was decentralized to these training areas, especially during the war, when there were a lot of training, courses and exercise equipment and the Kauhava air space was cramped. Even the threat of enemy air bombardments and the annual Kauhava Airport dangers forced them to transfer their machines and courses to these support areas.
The book tells about the peace and warfare flights and the fleets, the battalions, the airplanes, the accidents and the most important events of peace and war. Thus, part of the auxiliary units were also units other than the Air Force and Aviation School's various courses with their training equipment. In no case, too, forgetting is a huge contributor to field care teams, messengers, gun and other maintenance, mechanics and lotteries whose work was irreplaceable when the flight was transferred to the auxiliary or camping field. However, the focus of the book lies in the construction of these airports, in infrastructure, in actual operations and in flight training.
This book introduces the following important auxiliary and camp camps at the Kauhava School, which gave pilgrimage, sightseeing, firefighting and bombardment training for students in the Aeronautics, Air Force and Air Force in the 1930s and 1940s: Laajalahti (Kruunupyy), Mänkijärvi (Alajärvi), Kanttinkangas Karvia), Siikakangas (Ruovesi), Niemelänkylä (Ylivieska), Tuikangangas (Lestijärvi), Mustasaari (Vaasa), Vesivesi (Asikkala) and Karvala (Lappajärvi).
In addition, a chapter has been written in connection with Vaasa Airport, which tells about the other warfare operations in Vaasa between 1941 and 1944. This was a water activity from Vaskiluoto's flight port and the German operations of Luftwaffe from the sea.
The history of the aforementioned airports is being studied up to date, except for the Mustasaari (present Vaasa airport) and Vesivehmaa. The history of these two airports is so extensive and multi-stage that their phases will only be carried through here until war years
369 pages, of which 67 are colored,
417 photos, including maps and cover art
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