Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. minor shelf wear ex-Pentagon Library w/ withdrawn stamps and black marks on title and end pages. 417 p. Electronic security tag removed from inside rear cover From the Pentagon Library Washington D.C. great reading copy
Very Good in Very Good jacket. A very good hardback copy: firm, clean, square and tight with no underlining or splits, complete with a very good moderately rubbed and shelf-worn dustjacket. Not from a library so no such stamps or labels.
B/W Photos & Charts. Fine in Fine jacket. 9 1/2" x 6 1/4" xiv, 417 pp. As new copy appears never to have been read. Clean, crisp and tight contents with equally clean, wine-colored end pages. Matching wine-colored boards with gold gilt lettering and decoration. New mylar protective-cover has been added. Ephemera included is a page copied from "American History Today" on the fiftieth anniversary of the Boeing B-17 Bomber. True tales of the swarms of German fighter aircraft of the Luftwaffe confronting the Royal Airforce and the U. S. Air Force during World War II. Detailed record research and accounts by the participants of the those who risked their lives. Incredible courage and ability displayed by young unprofessional men from all walks of life with limited training, . fighting the experienced Luftwaffe. Many original photos accompany the text as it moves quickly through the heroic actions as young men fight and sacrifice for their countires. Photos from action during the raids and the resulting effects after the raids. Aviation. History. World War II.
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0918837006. Xiv, 417 pages, plates, cloth, DJ, very good. From the estate of aviation collector Colin Kidd and with his embossed label. Edited by Richard H. Perry. Cover illustration shows "The Royal Flush Coming Home", Sunday 10th October 1943, 100th Bombardment Group (H), Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, England. From Wikipedia: "Ian Hawkins became interested in the history of the Second World War as a boy growing up in East Anglia; his father, a Royal Navy destroyer commander, and an uncle, a Royal Air Force squadron leader, were both killed in action. A former civil engineer, he sustained very severe head injuries in an attack in Saudi Arabia in 1976 and was left paralyzed down one side of his body. He now uses a wheelchair as a result of his paralysis. Ian's books follow an unusual style in that they are made up in part of quotes from people who actually took part in the action. Obviously this is a very time consuming way of writing a book and "The Munster Raid" took over thirty years to compile."
Fine in Fine dust jacket. 0918837006. As New. Tight, clean and crisp. A faint hint of shelf wear to bottom, otherwise As New. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not price clipped. Not ex-library. An excellent copy of the First Printing of the First Edition now protected in a new Mylar cover.; 417 pages.
Good in Good jacket. Signed and inscribed by author on half-title page to Lt. Colonel Paul W. Pennock, a member of the 379th Bomber Group. Ephemera from 390th bomb Group Memorial Air Museum laid-in. Previous owner was a smoker. Jacket taped to front and rear endpapers. Creasing and wear to jacket, with some closed edge tears. "Hydraulic pressure" underlined on one page. 0918837006.
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