Very Good. Some minor shelf wear to see through plastic cover jacket. Otherwise very good condition. 224 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports. ; 24 cm. Includes: illustrations, maps, portraits, facsimiles. Includes index.
Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. pp.224 with index, b/w photos. clean tight copy title page has Grandson of C. T. Studd written beside Barclay's name. gift inscription inside front cover, d/j price clipped with minuscule creasing to top edges, freckles top edge.
First edition. HB. Cloth and pictorial dustjacket. 224pp. With b&w photos and map, in text. George Barclay flew in the Battle of Britain, in which he kept a diary which forms part of this text, and was later killed leading his squadron over El Alamein in 1942, aged 22. He was originally from Cromer in Norfolk, and this copy has his Service of Remembrance at Cromer Church in 1942 loosely inserted; this copy belonged to someone who knew him in Cromer (inscribed thus on flyleaf) and also has two press cuttings pasted to front endpapers on poems in memory of RAF pilots. Very Good in Very Good jacket, now in clear sleeve.
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