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Arthur David Beaty


Who is Arthur David Beaty?

Arthur David Beaty was a British writer, pilot and psychologist notable as a pioneer in the field of human factors, now an integral branch of aviation medicine, which he argued played a central role in aviation accidents attributed to pilot error.

  • also known as David Beaty
  • born on (95 years ago) in Sri Lanka
  • education: University of Oxford
  • died on (15 years ago) in Slindon
  • written works: "The Ghosts of the Eighth Attack", "Excellency", "Wings of the morning", "The Blood Brothers", "Strange encounters", "Sword of honour", "Electric train", "The gun garden", "Light Perpetual", "Call me captain", "The stick", "Cone of silence", "Eagles", "He That Wins Souls is Wise", "The siren song", "The Complete Skytraveller", "Milk & honey", "Story of Transatlantic Flight", "The temple tree", "The human factor in aircraft accidents", "The wind off the sea", "The Donnington legend", "The proving flight", "Water Jump", "The take off", "The white sea-bird", "The Naked Pilot", "Heart of the Storm", "The four winds"

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Google previewA Dictionary of Literary Pseudonyms in the English Language (2015)

by T.J. Carty

Wallis STANTON, MARJORIE Horace Phillips STANTON, PAUL Arthur David Beaty STANTON, ...

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