|DANGEROUS SKY, THE, Coughlin, Tom, Ryerson Press, 1968, vg/vg (chipped), see photo,
description of Canadian airmen on all fronts, list of aircraft, Canadian aces,
photos, 214 pgs.
|DARK HAVEN, Bullmore, F.T.K., Jonathan Cape, 1956,
vg/vg, see photo, the initiation and development of a special branch of the RAF to guide home and save from crashing any "lost" or damaged aircraft from reconnaissance or raids. At the outbreak of war there was no proper system of flying control, no method at all for helping aircraft to find their way back.
|DAY OF THE TYPHOON,
Golley, John, Patrick Stephens, 1986, f/f (as new), see photo,
account of rocket Typhoon operations over Normandy in the weeks immediately following the D-Day invasion of Europe,
245 Squadron pilots, Squadron bases, photos, 216 pgs.
|DEATH MARCH, Knox, Donald, Harcourt Brace, 1981, f/f (as new), see scan,
April, 1942, nearly 10,000 U.S.troops surrendered on Bataan & set out on a 90 mile march. In Jan. 1944, the 4,000
surviving were rescued. This book contains personal accounts of 68 suvivors, photos, 482 pgs.
Franks, Norman, Kimber, 1976, vg/vg,
see photo, Manfreed Czernin became an ace in 1940, flying Hurricanes. Later in the war
he became an SOE agent, operating in Northern Italy, photos, 192 pgs.
|ESCAPE FROM GERMANY,
Crawley, Aidan, Simon & Shuster, 1956, vg (no dj), the author, himself a POW for 4 years, has
assembled a collection of attempted escapes, escapes & evasions by RAF personnel during WW II,
||$ 8.50 |
| ESCAPE FROM SINGAPORE, Beauchamp, Gerry, Men of the Mowhawk Squadrons Assoc., 1985, fine (soft cover), see scan, signed by the 2 Ground crewmen & the author,
2 ground crewmen with the 232 Sdn. at Singapore in 1942, who escaped the Japanese advance & mae it home,
photos, drawings & maps, 131 pgs.
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| ESCORT TO BERLIN, Fry & Ethell, Arco, 1980, f/f, see photo, history of the 4th FG, list of Aces, Commanders, Victories, Personnel Losses, Combat Pilots, Aircraft,
photos, 226 pgs. || $20.00 |
|FAITH, HOPE AND MALTA GC, Spooner, Tony, Newton, 1992, hardcover with dust jacket,
author who was there, covers the dark days of Malta's defense, 1940 to 1942, including the air &
ground crews, photos, 166 pgs.
| F4F WILDCAT, Bell, Dana, Aircraft Pictorial, 2012, new, soft cover, see photo,
all photos, construction detail, colors & markings, 72 pgs. || $17.95 |
| FIGHTER ACES OF THE U.S.A. , Toliver & Constable, Aero, 1979, vg/vg (chipped),
see photo, complete on American Fighter aces, includes dozens of
air ace combat accounts, plus bio's, includes over 1400 elite Americans
who earned the title "ace" from WW I, WW II, Korea & Vietnam, many photos, 400 pgs.
|| $19.95 |
| FIGHT IN THE CLOUDS,
Busha, James, Zenith, 2014, f/f (as new), see scan,
First hand accounts of air combat by P-52 pilots in WW II, photos, 238 pgs.
Dunn, William, University of Kentucky Press, 1982, f/f (as new),
see photo, author became the first American ace during WW II while fying with 71
Sqdn (Eagle Squadron), photos, 234 pgs.
| FIGHTER PILOT, Barclay, George, Kimber, 1976, vg/vg, see scan, Author was a Hurricane pilot with 249 Sqdn. During the
Battle of Britan, he was shot down over France, but made his way back to Britain, photos, 224 pgs.
FIGHTING 99th AIR SQUADRON 1941-45, Johnson, Hayden, Vantage Press, 1987, f/f (as new), see scan,
the 99th FS was the first all Black unit in the Air Cops. They served in North Africa & Italy, photos, 40 pgs.
| FILMS AND THE SECOND WOLD WAR,
Manvekkm Roger, A, C. Barnes, 1974, vg/vg, see scan,
a look at the substance of war films before, during &
after WW II, Allied & Axis, Film companies are looked at, photos, 388 pgs.
|FIND, FIX AND STRIKE,
Horsley, Terrence, Eyre & Spostswoode, 1945,
vg (minor cover wear, no dj), work of the Fleet Air Arm during WW II, photos, 144 pgs.
| FIRST AIRBORNE, Packe, Michael, Secker & Warburg, 1948, g (no dust jacket, spine fade, no marks,
binding tight), campaigns of 1st Airborne Division, North Africa, Sicily, Italy & Arnhem. Based
on author's experience with the division. Most of the soldier's names have been changed
by the author, 2 fold-out maps, 252 pgs.
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| 501 (COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER) SQUADRON 1939-1945 , Watkins & Listemann, Philedition, 2007, new, soft cover, 2007,
501 Sqdn. engaged in the Battle of Britain (Hurricanes), Rhubarbs & Ramrods (Spitfires) and anti-V.1s (Tempests). Lists of missions, victories, losses and pilot biographies,
photos & color plates, 137 pgs.
|FLIGHT OF THE LUCKY LADY, Midlam, Don, Binfords and Mort, 1954, vg/vg, see scan,
accurately describes a 1945 raid on the Mitsubishi Factory at Nagoya by the 504th BG, but the airmen's names have
been changed, photos, 208 pgs.
| FLIGHTS INTO HISTORY, McLachlan, Ian, Sutton, 2007, new with dust jacket, see photo, author, an aviation archaeologist has reconstructed the last flights of WW II airmen, events, often from wreckage recovered, new lines of research and eyewitness accounts. photos, 204 pgs.
|FLYING BLIND, Morle-Mower, Geoffrey, Yucca Tree Press, 2000, f/f (as new), see scan,
with poor eyesight, he out-foxed the system & became an RAF pilot in 1937. He was assigned to No. 5 Squadron in
Waziristan, photos, 289 pgs.
| FLYING DUTCHMAN,
Van Der Kop, Hans, Patrick Stephens, 1985, f/f, see photo, after evacuating Java, the author joined No. 320 (Dutch) Sqdn. as a
navigator on B-25s, flew 78 combat missions in 1944, photos 248 pgs.
|FLYING HEADGEAR OF THE WORLD 1934-1945, Weld, Jim, Self-published, 1980, vg, soft cover, see photo,
detailed documentation of the flying head gear used by the major powers that participated in WW II, helmets & goggles, photographs of each type with explanation, 50 pgs.
|| $12.00 |
| FLYING SWORD,Moulson, Tom, McDonald, 1964, vg/vg, see scan
601 Squadron was very prominent in Malta & Italy flying Spitfires, photos, 184 pages
|FLYING TIGER'S DIARY, Bond & Anderson, Texas A & M, 2008, new, soft cover,
see photo, memoirs of a member of the US volunteer squadron
AVG, Flying Tigers, photos, 248 pgs.
| FOUL WEATHER FRONT, Arnold, Rhodes (Editor), Pima Publications, 2000, vg (soft cover, tight binding, no
marks, corners bumped), see scan, History of Air Operations in the North Pacific, 330 pages,
|| $65.00 |
|422nd NIGHT FIGHTER SQUADROM, McEwen, Charles, 422nd N.F.S. Assoc., 1983, f/f (as new), see scan,
Assigned to the 9th A.F., they flew P-61s & A-20s in combat with bases in England, France, Belgium & Germany, photos, 114 pages.
|| $125.00 |
|458th BOMBARDMENT GROUP III,
Reynolds, George, self published, 1988, Fine condition (hard cover embossed), see scan, 8th Air Force, B-24s, based at Horsham,
primary targets were in Germany, many photos, 88 pages.
|487th SQUADRON ALBUM, 1944, Hardback with embossed cover (front hinge a bit loose), see scan, The 487th was a B-25 Squadron (340th B.G.)
began operations in North Africa but was heavily engaged in the Italian campaign, many photos, 181 pages.
|| $150.00 |
| FOUR MILES HIGH , Bowman, Martin, PSL, 1992, vg (small gash on back cover which isn't visable because of dust jacket)/vg, see photo,
1st, 2nd, 3rd Divisions of the 8th AF based on interviews with
crewmen, many photos, 240 pgs. || $8.00 |
|FRANK 'CHOTA' CAREY, Franks, Norman, Grub St., 2006, new with dust jacket,
flew Hurricanes in the Battle of France, the Battle of Britain and Burma. Achieved 25 victories,
photos, 191 pgs.
Moye, J. Todd, Oxford University Press, 2010, new, see photo,
training & combat operations of the Tuskegee Airmen, photos, 241 pgs.
FREEMAN FIELD MUTINY, Warren, Lt. Col. James, soft cover(as new), see scan, This mostly Black 477th Bomb Group was training for combat
in 1945. They collided with the White command system at Freeman Field, Indiana, photos, 187 pgs.
| FRIENDLY FIRM, THE, Russell, Wilfred, 1972, 194 Squadron Assoc., vg (comb-bound, soft cover, pages 52/53 were installed in
reverse order), see scan, based in India & Burma, they supplied Wingate's Chennault through WW II. They re-formed in 1953 with helicopters in the
guerrilla war in Malayka, illustrations, 143 pgs.
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|FROM HELL TO BREAKFAST,
Alcorn & Souster, self published, 1980, vg/vg, see photo, No 283 of 399 copies, signed by both authors,
personal account of the author"s five years in the wartime R.C.A.F., including his two tours of operations with an Intruder Squadron and patrol
duty on Canada"s West Coast combatting Japanese fire balloons, 339 pgs.