|AAF AGAINST JAPAN, Haugland, Vern, Harper, 1948, vg/vg, see scan, the whole story of the Army Air Force against Japan's Pearl Harbor to VJ-Day.
Includes the 5th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 13th,14th & 20th Air Forces, photos & maps, 515 pgs.
|ACE! Paisley & Paisley, Brandon, 1992, as new with d.j., see photo,
author was a Thunderbolt pilot in Europe during WWII, flying 172 combat sorties, flew with the 366th FG, photos, 316 pgs.
|| $22.00 |
| ACE!, Porter & Hammel,Pacifica, 1985, f/f, as new, see photo,
author was F6F night fighter pilot with VMF, photos, 278 pgs.
|| $10.00 |
|ACES AGAINST JAPAN - VOLUME I - SIGNED BY 15 ACES, Hammel, Eric, Presidio, 1992, f/f (as new), see scan,
signed by 15 aces -William Farrell, Roger Haberman, Roger Conant, Scott McCuskey, Alex Vraciu, Ralph Hanks, Richard May,
Joe Robbins, Joe Foss, Tex Hill, Ed Rector, R.T. Smith, Robert Scott, Dick Rossi, Ken Jernsted, see scan of signatures,
39 first hand accounts of aerial combat. photos, 318 pgs.
|ACES HIGH, Yenne, Bill, Berkley Caliber, 2009, new with d.j., see photo,
story of the 2 top scoring American aces of WW II - Dick Bong & Tommy McGuire, photos & maps, 348 pgs.
|| $8.00 |
| 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.
AIRCREW WHO FLEW OPERATIONALLY UNDER FIGHTER COMMAND CONTROL IN THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN,
26 page booklet, see scan, lists name, rank, nationality, squadron number and if killed.
| AIR FORCE COMBAT UNITS OF WORLD WAR II, Maurer Maurer (editor), Zenger, 1980, vg/vg, see photo, lists all of the AF groups, wings, divisions, commands & Air Forces, with emblems, 506 pgs.
|| $13.00 |
|AIR FORCE DIARY, Straubel, James (Editor), Simon & Schuster, 1946, vg (no dust jacket, slight water
stain (lower right corner), 111 stories related to WW II combat as originally printed in Air Force Magazine,
|AIR WAR IN NORTH ITALY 1943-45, Arena, Nino, STEM, 1975,vg (soft cover),
Italian & English text, maps, color plates, photos, loosely inserted a huge folding chart of Italian aircraft
technical data & a smaller folding chart of Italian Aviation Engine specifications., 250 pages.
| ALLIED ACES OF WORLD WAR II, Hess, William, Arco, 1966, g, soft cover (bent corner),
covers successful pilots serving with the RAF (including Americans
in that service), as well as Belgians, South Africans, Czechoslovakians, French, Norwegian, Polish & Russian aces,
63 pgs.|| $3.00 |
| BACK TO MANDALAY, Thomas, Lowell, Greystone, 1951, vg/vg, see scan, Inscribed by Lowell Thomas to Jackie Cochran & Floyd Odlum, " To Jackie and Floyd, Whose
life story has been as romantic as The Road To Mandalay", see scan, the recapture of Burma with Wingate's Raders & the American Air Commandos,
photos, 320 pgs.
|| $45.00 |
| 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.
| BALCONY SEAT AT E.T.O ., Beers, Clyde, self-published, 1991, f/f (as new), see scan,
The war on Europe from an altitude of 600 feet in a Piper L-4, photos, 197 pgs.
|| $28.00 |
|BATTLE AXE, Ranson, Derek, Air Britan, 1967,
Small paper booklet, see scan, history of 105 Squadron RAF. The squadron was formed before WW II,
but this booklet concentrates on its WW II activities, flying in the battles Blenheim & Mosquito.
They were based in France (1940); Malta (1941) and back to England, photos, 55 pages.
|BEN DREW, Powell & Drew, self-published, 1998, f/f (as new), see scan, signed by both authors,
see scan, his adventures flying w/the 375th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group (8th Air Force). He had 6 kills, photos, 248 pgs.
|| $55.00 |
| 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.
|| $10.00 |
|BIZARRE TALES FROM WORLD WAR II, Breuer, William, Castle Books, 2005, f/f (as new),
145 unusual incidents from WW II, all theatres & all services, photos, 220 pgs.
|| $8.00 |
|BLACK CATS AND DUMBOS,
Crocker, Mel, Aero, 1987, fine (soft cover, as new), see photo,
WW II's fighting PBYs, varied operations of the Catalina, from Pearl Harbor to the end of the war, including action as a torpedo bomber,
photos, 273 pgs.
| 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. TWO, Shores, Cull & Izawa, Grub St., 2000, new (with dj),
see photo, Defense of Sumatra to the fall of Burma, photos, maps, personnel, air formations, 494 pgs. || $35.00 |
| BOMBER COMMAND WAR DIARIES, Middlebrook & Everitt, Viking, 1985, vg/vg , (oversized), see scan,
authors undertook the huge task of not only documenting every Bomber Command operation but also of obtaining information from
local archives in Germany, Italy and the occupied countries on the effects of the raids, maps, photos, 804 pages
|| $45.00 |
| 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.
|| $25.00 |
|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.
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.
|| $32.00 |
|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.
|B-25 MITCHELL AT WAR, Scutts, Jerry, Motobooks, 1983, f/f, see scan,
The B-25 was used in all theatres, beginning with the D oolittle Raid in 1942 through the end of the war.
This book is signed by 6 veterans of the 310th Bomb Group which was based around the Mediterranean.see scan,
many photos, 144 pgs.
|CACTUS AIR FORCE,
Miller, Jr. Thomas, Harper & Row, 1969, vg/vg, see photo,
Campaigns--Solomon Islands--Guadalcanal, Marine fighting & Bombing Squadrons, 67th Pursuit Squadron USAAF, listing of
officers & aircrewmen, originations of Japanese Naval Aviation, U.S. Navy & Marine corps squadron destinations, photos,
| CALLED TO COMMAND, Johnson, Gerald Lt. General & McClure, Turner, 1996, as new, see photo,
signed by Johnson,
personal experiences of a World War II Triple Fighter 'Ace' (P-48 pilot), he spent 13 months in a German POW camp &
went on to become a 3-star general, photos, 240 pgs.
|| $35.00 |
|CANADIAN AIRCRAFT OF WW II,
Vincent, Carl, Avia, 2009, new, soft cover, see photo, ; see profiles, aircraft included with profiles & photos:
DH Fox Moth, Consolidated Catalina I, NA Mustang I, Fleet Fort, Short Sunderland III,
Hawker Hurricane XII, Bristol Bolingbroke IV, Northrop Delta, Douglas Boston III & IIIA,
Consolidated Liberator GR.V(Can), Bristol Bolingbroke IVW, Blackburn Shark II, Supermarine Stranraer,
Supermarine Spitfire FR.IX, Beaufighter TF.X, Lysander IIIA/TT, Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk.IV,
Lockheed Hudson I, Stocky Edwards’ Spitfire & Fw 190, 72 pgs
|CANADIANS IN THE ROYAL AIR FORCE,
Allison, Les, Self-published, 1993, as new (soft cover), see photo, signed by author, 35 short stories of RAF events & biographies of as many of
the 2,000 Canadians who served, photos, 225 pgs.
| CARRIER PILOT, Hanson, Norman, Patrick Stephens, 1979, f/f, see photo,
author was a Corsair pilot (1833 Sqdn) aboard the carrier Illustrisus in the Pacific,
photos, 255 pgs. || $18.50|
| CHARLES STONE BORDEN, Self- published by his family, soft cover (comb bound), 1968, Memorial Book. see scan, Borden
was a B-25 pilot (340th BG) who was killed in action, August 15, 1944, photos, 91 pgs.
|| $30.00 |
|CHINA, THE REMEMBERED LIFE
Frillmann & Peck, Houghton Mifflin, 1968, vg/vg,see scan,
Signed presentation from Frillmann on front endpaper: "To Frank (#1) Faraone with my deep appreciation for all his kindnesses to me, Paul Frillmann [added Chinese
lettering]." see scan, the author served in China from 1936 to 1952. He entered the country as a missionary, later became Chennault's intelligence officer, an OSS agent
& consul for the U.S Information Service. He describes conditions in China during his 16 years there, photos, 291 pgs.
| 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
|| $19.95 |
|COMBAT UNITS OF THE REGIA AERONAUTICA,
Dunning, hris, Air Research, 1988, fine (soft cover, as new), see scan,
the organization & Gruppo (Groups) of the Italian Air Force, 1940-43, photos, 48 pgs.
|CONFOUND AND DESTROY.
Streetly, Martin, MacDonalds & Janes, 1978, f/f, see photo,
history of 100 Group, RAF, which waged a war of electronic strike and counter-strike in support of Bomber Command activities from 1943 onwards,
appendices cover jamming devices, airborne & ground radar, radio & navigation aids, etc.
includes a list of all squadrons within 100 Group, with a brief history of each, plus details of aircraft,
photos & drawings, 279 pgs.
| CONFOUNDING THE REICH, Bowman & Cushing, Pen & Sword, 2004, new (with dj), see photo, 100 (Special Duties) Group Bomber Command (1943-1945) - a secret war that involved the use of air & ground radars, homing & jamming equipment, photos, 246 pgs.
| CUCKOO OVER VIENNA, Porter, Claude, Village Press, 1989, f/f (as new) see scan, signed by author, see scan,
His 459th BG B-24 was shot down in July 1944. T he crew was captured by Albanian Forces and turned over to the Germans.
There followed some bizarre episodes while in captivity, 265 pgs.
|| $28.00 |
|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”,