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GROVES, Percy Robert Clifford, Brigadier-General. Behind the smoke screen.
London : 1934First edition of this timely reassessment of the importance of air power, proving "that there is an urgent need for a reorientation of the nations defensive system" (Swinton's preface). This copy inscribed on the front free endpaper to the chairman and managing director of Short Brothers; "To Oswald Short with kind regards from P. R. C. Groves, January... Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 142780
ROSENDAHL, Charles Emery. What About the Airship?
New York : 1938First edition, first printing; a superb presentation copy, inscribed by the author across the front free endpaper, "With best wishes and happiest recollections of our airship service together, to Captain George W. Steele. Charles Emery Rosendahl, August 1938". The recipient was Rosendahl's predecesor as commander of the ZR-3 airship USS Los Angeles... Learn More£275.00
Stock Code: 143198
AVIATION: WWII. The Fedden Mission to Germany. Final Report. June, 1945.
London : 1945Classified SECRET, the first and only edition. Rare, 2 copies only on Library Hub, National Aerospace Library and Science Museum, WolrdCat adds a single copy at the US Army War College. Detailed report produced by the British mission, named for the its leader, Sir Alfred Hubert "Roy" Fedden, sent to Germany to gather technical intelligence about German... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 141356
AIRSHIPS - PORTSMOUTH COMMAND. Reminiscences.
Portsmouth : 1919First and only edition of this rare illustrated history of the unit's vital work patrolling the English Channel, making them the "busiest" allied airship station of the war. Illustrations encompass individual and group portraits, ships on the ground and in the air, terrestrial and aerial views of the installations; text includes honours and awards.... Learn More£1,450.00
Stock Code: 143630
WILKINSON, Geoffrey Miles. Manuscript memorial volume of a pilot officer of 56 Squadron R. F. C.
Ealing, Middlesex : 1918A unique and extremely moving document, a manuscript record of the life and brief career of 2nd Lieut. G. M. Wilkinson, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, attached to 56 Squadron R.F.C. (1898-1917), lovingly copied out and compiled by his mother. Following the structure of the memorial volumes of the era the volume offers a brief account of schooling... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 144576