How Man Learned To Fly – Belyayev

In this post, we will see the book How Man Learned To Fly by Alexander Belyayev.

About the book

All of us want to fly like birds. Now flying seems to be an everyday thing for us. But attempts to break our grounded nature have been made in the past and dreams about such attempts are even older. This little book tells us about the history of such attempts including balloons, aerostats, dirigibles winged  crafts, gliders and planes to space ships. The book traces history of the idea of flying like a bird and human attempts to make it possible.

The book was translated from Russian by Valentina Jaque and was illustrated by M. Romadin. The book was published in 1977 by Malysh Publishers.

All credits to Guptaji.

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1 Response to How Man Learned To Fly – Belyayev

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