|JUNKERS D.I - BUILDING THE WINGNUT WINGS - MODELLING SPECIAL No. 6,
Detailed builder's log;scale plans;colour profiles and special sections on WNW modelling for beginners. Plus archive photos ,sketches, 44 PGS.
| THE STINSONS, |
Underwood, John, Heritage Press, 1969, f/f, The Stinstons were a flying family, Katherine was the 4th woman in the U.S. to get a flying license. Eddie formed the Stinson Aircraft Co. in the 1920s. All of the Stinson airplanes are covered, photos 80 pages.
|PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE FLYING TIGERS, |
Pistole, Larry, Publisher's Presss, 1995, f/f, signed by author, The Flying Tigers (AVG) fought against the Japanese in China in 1941-42. Achieving 296 aerial victories for a loss of 14 of their own, many photos, 285 pages.
| SPAGNA 1936-39 , |
Emiliani, Ghergo & Vigna, Intergest, 1973, vg (soft cover, Italian captions), Over 200 photos of Italian aircraft used in the Spanish Civil War & 3 color profile pages, 94 pgs.
|THE FLYERS, |
Bridgeman, Brian, Self-published, 1989, f/f (as new), British & Commonwealth aviators who as mercenaries in the 1920s & 1930s. Included are the Chanco War, Spanish Civil War. Ethiopia, China & Finland, photos, 255 pgs.
| VAMPIRE SQUADRON!, |
Starke, Wlliam, Robinson Typographics, 1985, f/f (as new), 44th fighter squadron was creaated in 1941 in Hawaii, flying P-40s. They later operated from Guadalcanal & Luzon. Nov. 1944, saw them switch to P-38s, photos 107 pgs.
| SKYWAYS TO A JUNGLE LABORATORY - AN AFRICAN ADVENTURE, |
Crile, Grace, W.W. Norton, 1936, vg/vg, signed by author, the author accompanied her husband, Dr. Crile on a flight from England to . an animal lab in Kenya. She describes the trip and the adventure at the lab, , photos, 240 pages.
| SKY HIGH! |
Hoadgins & Magoun, Liggle, Brown & Co., 1929, vg/vg (chipping), The history of aviation . The first 2/3 of the book deals with prehistoric times to WW I. Then they get into the modern stuff. over 100 historical illustrations & photos, 337 pages.
'U.S. Air Services' was originally titled 'U.S. Air Service' until January 1924. It was an intelligent magazine that dealt with aviation matters in both the civil and military sectors. The editor was Earl N. Findlay. It was published between February 1919 and December 1956 (Vol.41). By 1942 the publisher was named the Air Service Publishing Company, Washington DC. It typically contained 48 pages in each issue.
| AIR SERVICES MAGAZINES - 14 ISSUES, |
All are complete & in fine condition. July & Aug. 1928; Jan & June 1930; Feb, March, Oct. & Nov 1932; July 1934 & April 1935.