ELTA-The First Aviation Exhibition Amsterdam, 1919

Author: Rob J. M. Mulder

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Rob J. M. Mulder


236 pages and 370 photographs


210 x 297mm, hardcover




European Airlines Rob Mulder




Kr. 300, but now a special price of Kr. 200 (+pp)

About The Author

Rob J M Mulder

Rob J M Mulder

The aviation historian Rob J. M. Mulder (1958) has written and published numerous books about Norwegian and international aviation history. Four of his books ("Junkers for Scandinavia", "Fornebu Lufthavn - en lufthavn blir til", "The Beginnings of Norway's Airlines, Part 1: 1918-1922" and "Beauty of the Skies - The de Havilland DH91 Albatross") have been awarded "Best Norwegian Aviation Book of the Year", and he has also been awarded the title "Aviation Enthusiast 2013". He runs several websites and has written many articles for Norwegian and international aviation magazines.

ELTA – The First Aviation Exhibition Amsterdam, 1919.

First major aviation exhibition and flying display organized after World War I. During six weeks more than 100 aircraft and 500,000 visitors came to Amsterdam. The book describes the reason for organizing the exhibition, the construction time, the day-by-day program and which pilots and aircraft were present.

Comprehensive work about the first major exhibition after the First World War. English, French and Italian manufactures and pilots met up with their Dutch colleagues and held a great show that lasted for six weeks. More than 100 aircraft participated raging from the little Ansaldo A.1 Balilla to the giant Handley Page V/1500.

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Book of the Month
Aeroplane Monthly April 2010

Book review:
L’Aviation, February 2010 – French
Aerostories – French
Aviation News – English
Cross & Cockade – English
Luchtvaartkennis – Dutch
Vliegtuig & Piloot – Dutch
Aviation Review – Dutch