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CONTENTS


Foreword

Acknowledgments

Preface

Introduction

Index

About the Author

List of Abbreviations Used in the Footnotes


Part I: Aerial Reconnaissance and Photographic Interpretation during the War: A Chronological Overview
Chapter 1: August to Late 1914: The Evolution of Aerial
Reconnaissance as a Force Multiplier

Chapter 2: Late 1914 to October 1915: Aerial Photographic
Reconnaissance Takes the Stage

Chapter 3: October 1915 to October 1916: Fortifications Across the
Front Line

Chapter 4: October 1916 to November 1917: Positional Warfare at its
Zenith
CONTENTS
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction
Index
About the Author
List of Abbreviations Used in the Footnotes
Part I: Aerial Reconnaissance and Photographic Interpretation during the War: A Chronological Overview
Chapter 1: August to Late 1914: The Evolution of Aerial
Reconnaissance as a Force Multiplier
Chapter 2: Late 1914 to October 1915: Aerial Photographic
Reconnaissance Takes the Stage
Chapter 3: October 1915 to October 1916: Fortifications Across the
Front Line
Chapter 4: October 1916 to November 1917: Positional Warfare at its
Zenith
Chapter 5: 1918: Aerial Photography Refined
Part II: The Architecture of Allied Aerial Reconnaissance and Photographic Interpretation
Chapter 6: The Operation of Interpretation
Chapter 7: The Framework of the Aerial Photograph
Chapter 8: The Exploitation Operation
Chapter 9: French Intelligence and Photographic Interpretation
The Analyst
Chapter 10: British Intelligence and Photographic Interpretation
The Renaissance Man
Chapter 11: American Expeditionary Force (AEF) Intelligence and Photographic Organization
The Artist
Chapter 12: An Interpretation Methodology of the Front Lines
Chapter 13: Strategical Targets in the Rear Echelon
Chapter 14: Artillery Organizations
Chapter 15: Command Liaisons and Coordination of Artillery
Part III: Challenges that Shaped Aerial Reconnaissance and Photographic Interpretation
Chapter 16: During the Battle
Chapter 17: Study of Battlefield Destructions
Chapter 18: Camouflage and Deception
Chapter 19: Arranging Aerial Reconnaissance
Chapter 20: The Spectrum of Technology
Chapter 21: Operational Aerial Cameras
Chapter 22: Aerial Reconnaissance Platforms and Their Configuration
Part IV: The Enduring Human Legacy
Chapter 23: Training the First Generation of Aerial Photographic Interpreters
Chapter 24: The Human Experience Behind Aerial Reconnaissance
Chapter 25: The Intrigue of Aerial Photographic Interpreters
Conclusion: Intelligence and Modern Warfare
Appendix A: Aerial Reconnaissance Platforms
Appendix B: World War I Aerial Cameras (Allied)
Appendix C: Aerial Photography. The Matter of Interpretation and Exploitation.
Appendix D: Lens Size Comparison Metric and Inches
Bibliography



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
World War, 1914-1918 -- Aerial operations, American.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Aerial operations, British.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Aerial operations, French.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Western Front.
Photographic reconnaissance systems -- History.
Photographic interpretation -- History.