| ACE!, Porter & Hammel,Pacifica, 1985, f/f, as new, see photo,
author was F6F night fighter pilot with VMF, photos, 278 pgs.
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|ACES OVER THE OCEANS, Sims, Edward, Aero, 1987, vg (soft cover), see scan,
12 great air battles over the seas: Norway, Guadalcanal, English Channel & Raabaul. The pilots are American, British, German
& Japanese, photos, 181 pgs.
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| AERIAL RECONNAISANCE, Ivie, Tom, Aero, 1981, vg (soft cover), see scan,
The 10th Photo Recon Group flying mostly F-3, F-4 & F-6 out of England, France & Geermany, photos, 200 pgs.
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| AFTER THE MONSOON , Moxon, Oliver, Robert Hale,1958, vg/g (chipped), see scan,
based on the writings of Stefan James (pseudnym), a Hurricane pilot of No. 5 Sqdn., based in the Imphal Valley, East India, in early 1944,
photos, 160 pgs.
| AIR INTERDICTION IN CHINA IN WORLD WAR II, Taylor, Joe, USAF Historical Study #132, soft cover, spiral bound,
see scan, This monograph recounts the air interdiction operations of the 14th AF in China during WW II, maps, 116 pages.
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| AIRMEN IN EXILE, Brown, Alan, Sutton, 2000, f/f (as new), see scan,
. Exiles from captured European countries who flew fighters & bombers with the British in WW II, photos 216 pages.
|| $15.00 |
| AIR NEWS YEARBOOK - VOL. 2, Andrews, Phillip (Editor), Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1944, vg/g (worn),
see scan, Covers all of the WW II Air Forces & 400 photographs, 296 pages.
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| AIR WAR EUROPA, Hammel, Eric, Pacifica Press, 1994, fine (soft cover, as new),
see scan, Chronology of Ameerica's air war against Germany in Europe & North Africa, 571 pgs.
|| $15.00 ||AMERICAN ACES, Sims, Edward, Harper, 1958, vg/vg, see scan, Twelve American WW II aces' stories. The actions ae vrs. Japanese
& Germans, photos, 256 pgs.
||$25.00||AND THE WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN , |
Fishman, Jack, MacMillan, 1982, vg/vg, see scan, On Feb. 18, 1944, the RAF bombed the Amiens Prison, allowing 700 prisoners to escape.
One of the esccapers had the secrets of the upcoming D-Day invasion, photos, 422 pgs.
|ASSAULT, THE, Mathews, Allen, Simon/Schuster, 1947, vg/vg.see scan,
The author was with the 4th Marine Division during the invasion of Iwo Jima, 216 pages.
| BADER WING, Turner, John, Pen & Sord, 2007, new with d.j., see photo,
account of the Duxford Wing - the five Hurricane squadrons which Douglas Bader led with great success in WW2, including his own 242 Squadron. Also provides a good account of the pilots themselves, and an assessment of Bader’s controversial ‘Big Wing’ tactics during the Battle of Britain,
photos, 153 pgs.
| BIG BROTHERS, STORY OF THE B-29s, Sinclair, William, Naylor, 1972, f/f,
see photo, based originally in India & China, long distance missions, attacks on Tokyo, interviews with veterans, 132 pgs.
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| BLENHEIM BOY, Passmore, Richard, Thomas Harmsworth Publishing, 1981, f/f (as new), see scan,
Blenheims were sent over the Channel on solo raids,usually in daylight. The author, at the outset a humble AC1,
was a crew-member who had to fend off attacking fighters from his turret in the top of the fuselage.
He did this knowing that the range of his gun was inadequate and that it was he who was most likely to be killed.
photos, 254 pgs.
| BLOODY SHAMBLES - VOL. ONE, Shores, Cull & Izawa, Grub St., 2000, new (with dj),
see photo, Drift toward war to the fall of Singapore, photos, 392 pgs || $25.00 |
| BOMBER INTELLIGENCE, Jones, W.E., Midland Counties, 1983, vg/vg, see scan, author was intelligence officer with
103, 150, 166 & 170 Squadrons, involved with night photography, decoys, target marking & electronic counter measures, photos, 304 pgs.
|| $18.00 |
|BOMBERS OVER BERLIN, Cooper, Alan, Kimber, 1985, as new, see photo,
16 Berlin raids by the RAF from November 1943 to March 1944, 495 aircraft were lost, photos, 319 pgs.
| BOOMERANG!, Tannehill, Victor, Self-published, 1978, F (spiral bound).
see scan, Inscribed by author, see scan,
The story of the air and ground crews who served with the U.S. Army Air Forces' 320th Bombardment Group &
its squadrons (441st, 442nd, 443rd and 444th) during World War II. Official records, group and squadron daily diaries,
interviews with 320th veterans and wartime media reports. maps & many photos, 305 pages.
BOOSTER McKEESTER AND OTHER EXPENDABLES,
Chapman, Willie, Global Press, 1998, as new (issued w/o dj), see photo, inscribed by author,
Author a pilot with 415th Squad. 98th Heavy Bomb Group, 9th AF, Middle East Theatre 1942-43, illustrations, 202 pgs.
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|BRIDGE BUSTERS - 397th BG, Beck, Maj. Henry (Editor), Crane Howard, 1946, vg (embossed cover).
Original Bomb Group Pictorial history, the 397th. Numerous excellent
sepia tone photos & many of crew groups, award presentations, insignia, 122 pages.
|BRINY TO THE BLUE, Peterson, Capt. Bernard, Chuckwalla Publishing, 1992, f/f (as new), see scan,
author began WW II as an aviation machinist mate aboard aircraft carriers. In 1993, he went to flight school, got
his ticket and transferred to the Marines. He piloted a corsair on combat missions in Philippines & Okinawa, photos, 381 pgs.
| BROTHERHOOD OF COURAGE, Thom, Walter, Martin Cook Assoc., 1986, fine copy (as new).
see scan, Unit history of the 305th Bomb Group, 8th A.F. based in England. Besides wreaking damage on German targets for 2 1/2 years,
they helped develop the tactics for accurate precision bombing, photos, 246 pages.
| CHECKERTAIL CLAN, Rust, Ken, Aero, vg (soft cover), see scan,
The 325th FG from P-40 to P-47s to P-51s in North
Africa & Italy, photos, drawings, 98 pgs.
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| COMBAT CHRONICLES OF THE BLACK WIDOW,
Thompson, Warren, Squadron Signal, 2011, new (soft cover), see photo,
first-hand accounts by the pilots, radar observers, and gunners ,
the first in Squadron/Signal's new Combat Chronicles series
Northrop was able to come up with designs for a new, specially designated night fighter
& a contract for what was to become the P-61 Black Widow was signed on 11 January 1941.
the P-61 went on to operate in the European, Pacific, China-Burma-India, and Mediterranean
Theaters, iIllustrated with 152 photographs, 112 pgs
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|COMBAT UNITS OF THE REGIA AERONAUTICA, Dunning Chris, Air Research, 1988, Fine condition (soft cover),
see scan, Italian Air Force Units (1940-43) are featured,
many photos + color profiles. Profiles of SM79 & Me205 are pasted inside of covers, see scan, 48 pages.
|CURTISS P-40 WARHAWK (TOMAHAWK/KITTYHAWK,
Szlagor, Tomasz, Kagero, 2015, new (soft cover), see scan,
English-Polish text, over 110 B&W photos, 6 color shots, 18 color profiles, see scan, a set of adhesive USAAF insignia “mask foils”,