The First World War is often thought of as just being a land war with men entrenched across the Western Front, but this 'war to end all wars' was won as much at sea and in the air, as it was on land. David Wragg takes you through the birth of the Royal Flying Corps and how all the major fighting powers of the war took to the skies, whether to spy on each other or to take the war to the enemy through Zeppelin attacks and bombing raids.

Five Minute Histories: The First World W

  • The History Press