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141 Canada - Department of National Defence Defence 1986 / Défense 1986.
Department of National Defence, 1987, 
(Canada - Department of National Defence). Defence 1986/ Défense 1986.. Ottawa : 1987. Pp 124 + (130 in french). 8vo, cardcovers. Of particular interest: Maritime Command pp.19-28. Vg. 10.00

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142 Canada - Department of National Defence) Defence 1979/ Défense 1979. ex-lib
Department of National Defence, 1979, 
(Canada - Department of National Defence). Defence 1979/ Défense 1979. Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 1979. Pp. 118 + 130pp. in French, wheninverted. Illustrated. 8vo, grey card covers. Of particular interest: Mari time Command pp. 31-42; Commandement maritime pp. 33-46.. Ex-library (pouchto inside of rear cover, inkstamp to title page, small crease to lower fro nt corner, light rubbing, else vg. 15.00

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143 Canada - Dept. of External Affairs) BRIDLE, Paul, ed. Documents on Relations between Canada and Newfoundland. Vol.1
Dept. of External Affairs, Ottawa, 1974, 
(Canada - Dept. of External Affairs). BRIDLE, Paul, (ed.). Documents on Relations between Canada and Newfoundland. Volume 1: 1935-1949. Defence, CivilAviation and Economic Affairs. (Ottawa) : Dept. of External Affairs, (1974 ). Pp (4),v-lxxiv,[1]-1446,(2),+ 26 pp. photo section + 2 fldg maps. 8vo, dark blue cloth. O'Dea 2156. A massive collection of documents with much on the military & naval role of Newfoundland in the Second World War. Gander, Torbay, Botwood, the Atlantic Ferry Service, Goose Bay, &c. Including one of the longest chapters we have ever seen. Chapters : Defence Relations (pp.1-1061); Civil Aviation (pp.1063-1183); Economic Affairs (pp.1185-1385). With appendices and index. Fine. Due to this volume's excess weight, extra shipping charges may be necessary to cover the cost of psotage on international orders. 110.00

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144 Canada - Handbook). EULER, W.D., Hon. Canada 1938 : The Official Handbook of Present Conditions and Recent Progress
Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa, 1938, 
(Canada - Handbook). Canada 1938 : The Official Handbook of Present Conditions and Recent Progress. Published by Authority of the Hon. W.D. Euler, M.P., Minister of Trade and Commerce. Ottawa : Dominion Bureau of Statistics, (1934). Pp (2),[3]-192, + 5 folding charts. Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, tan card covers with blue and maroon lettering to front cover, maroon lettering to spine. Contents : 1. The Trans-Canada Airway and Its Relation to the World's Airway System (pp. 11-20); 2. Wealth, Production and Income -- Capital Investments; 3. Population -- Births, Deaths and Marraiges; 4. Agriculture; 5. Mines and Minerals; 6. The Forest Wealth of Canada -- Lumbering -- Pulp and Paper; 7. The Fisheries of Canada (pp. 74-80); 8. The Fur Trade;9. The Water Powers of Canada; 10. The Manufactures of Canada; 11. Constru ction; 12. External Trade of Canada -- Non-Commodity Exchanges; 13. Internal Trade -- Wholesale and Retail Trade -- Freight Movements -- Security Prices -- Commodity Prices --Cost of Living; 14. Transportation and Communications; 15. Public Finance; 16. Currency and Banking -- Insurance -- Loan and Trust Companies -- Miscellaneous; 17. Labour; 18. Education; 19. Miscellaneous Statistics. Front inner hinge tender, browned-spotting to spine, portion removed from plate between 174-5, as is. 20.00

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145 Canada - National Defence - Survival Manual) Down but not Out
National Defence, Ottawa, 1984, 
(Canada - National Defence - Survival Manual). Down but not Out. (Ottawa : National Defence), n.d. [copyright 1984]. Pp (10),11-205,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated purple and white card covers, lettered in purple. B-GA-217-001/PT-001. A manual of instruction and a handbook to assist downed aircrew. Contents : Psychology; Geography; Parachute Jumping; First Aid; Shelters; Signals; Fire Methods; Hunting and Fishing; Food and Water; Care of Equipment; Travel; Sea Survival; Desert Survival; Tropical Survival; Knots and Splices. Very good. Uncommon. 60.00

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146 Canada - Royal Canadian Air Force) Service Aircrew. Part Three : Pilots
1942, 
[Canada. Royal Canadian Air Force (?)]. The Service Aircrew. Part Three : Pilots. For Official Use Only. C.A.P. 12, PartThree : Pilots, 9M 11-42 (2520-22), H.O. 570-12. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1942 ?]. Pp (8),1-70,(2),1-126,1-146,(2),1-106, 1-52,1-19,(1),1-92,1-133,(1),1-32. Illustrated. Large 8vo, 3-hole punch, string tied, brown cloth, lettered in black. Contents : , Introduction; Flying; Airmanship; Meteorology; Air Photography; Morale and Leadership; Signals; Armamment; Link Trainer. Some edgewer and browning, else very good. 150.00

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147 Canadian Airways Canadian Airways : Services to All Mining Areas : the Key to Our Mining Resources, Opening New Doors to New Markets.
Canadian Airways, 1935, 
(Canadian Airways). Canadian Airways : Services to All Mining Areas – the Key to Our Mining Resources, Opening New Doors to New Markets. N.pl.: Canadian Airways Limited, n.d. [1930s]. Pp (4). Illustrated. 8vo, white printed folded sheet. A booklet on Canadian Airways cargo services to mining areas. Canadian Airways was an airline formed when Western Canadian Airways boughtout Commercial. It operated through the 1930s until it was purchased by Ca nadian Pacific Air Lines in 1941, carrying passengers on mail planes into smaller communities. Horizontal crease, rubbed, else very good. 10.00

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148 Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre. Project Laminar Strike : Canada's Air force: post op ATHENA
2011, 
Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre. Project Laminar Strike : Canada'sAir force: post op ATHENA / Projet Laminar Strike : la Force aérienne du C anada, après l'opération ATHENA. [Ottawa] : National Defence, 2011. Pp [i]-viii,(2)114 ; pp [i]-ix,(1)118. Illustrated throughout. 8vo, photo-illustrated cardcovers. 1. Introduction 2. Air wing headquarters -- 3. Intelligencesupport to operations -- 4. Tactical aviation -- 5. Air mobility -- 6. The call to duty: introducing the Canadian CF18 to the Afghanistan campaign -- 7. CP140 Aurora -- 8. Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance -- 9. Contracted support -- 10. Tactical air control party -- 11. Deployed aerospace control operations -- 12. Information management -- 13. Logistics and maintenance -- 14. A6 communications information systems -- 15. The next mission. Conclusions With glossary and bibliography. ------------------ 1. Introduction; 2. Quartier ge´ne´ral de l'escadre ae´rienne; 3. Soutien du renseignement aux ope´rations; 4. L'aviation tactique; 5. Mobilite´ ae´rienne; 6. L'appel aux armes: introduire le CF18 canadien dans la campagne en Afghanistan;- 7. Le CP140 aurora; 8. Renseignement, surveillance et reconnaissance;- 9. Soutien obtenu par la passation de marche´s; 10. E´le´ment de controle ae´rien tactique; 11. Ope´rations de contro^le ae´rospatial en de´ploiement; 12. Gestion de l'information; 13. Logistique et maintenance; 14. A6 systemes d'information et de communication; 15. La prochaine mission. Conclusions . Very good. 30.00

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149 Canadian Transportation Research Forum HANSON, Trevor R. Transportation Revolutions / Révolutions en transport. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference / Actes de la 39e Conférence annuelle. Calgary, Alberta, May 9-12 mai, 1984. Volume 2.
Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Calgary, 2004, 
(Canadian Transportation Research Forum). Transportation Revolutions / Révolutions en transport. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference / Actes de la 39e Conférence annuelle. Calgary, Alberta, May 9-12 mai, 1984. Volume 2.Calgary : Canadian Transportation Research Forum, 2004. Pp (24),406-656,(2 ). 8vo, illustrated card covers. Contents : Session 12 – Revolutions in Urban Transportation; Session 13 – Logistics Revolutions: Using Systematic Approaches for Planning Operations and Solving Location-Allocation Problems; Session 14 – Security and Safety: Revolution 1; Session 15 – Air Transport Regulation; Session 16 – Security and Safety: Revolution 2; Session 17 – Crossing Borders; Session 18 – Aviation Approaches to Meet Revolutionary Passenger Demands; CTRF Award Winning Student Papers [including Trevor R. Hanson's “The Effect of the Darling Report on Canadian Coastal Trade Legislation (pp 627-641)]. Very good. Vol. 2 only 25.00

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150 CARROLL, Ward Punk's War. First Printing in dustjacket
Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 2001, ISBN:1557502366 
CARROLL, Ward. Punk's War. Annapolis, Maryland : Naval Institute Press, (2001). First Printing. Pp (6),vii,(3),1-224,(6). 8vo, black cloth, metallic red lettering to spine. "From the opening chapter where a Tomcat fighter squadron's commanding officer botches the intercept of a hostile Iranian F-4 to the final uplifting scene. Ward Carroll reveals the inner workings of today's military as only an insider can. Punk's War is a high-tech thriller, afighter pilot's story as riveting as it is honest. Written in the tone of the quixotic lieutenants who populate its pages, this novel vividly illustrates the pressures on the new generation of war fighters. Along the way thebook introduces an engaging cast of characters: a self-centered squadron c ommander hell-bent on fixing his tainted professional reputation; a reluctant air-wing commander more suited for life within the walls of the Pentagonthan on a flight deck at sea; a battle-group commander trained in the art of drivng ships, now thrust into the snap-decision matrix of supersonic jets; and a host of junior officers. Seeking only the ideals they were promised, these technology-savvy aviators are products of pop culture, inimpresed by rank for its own sake and unresponsive to petitions in the name of the professison's lofty motoes. But for all of its irreverence, Punk's War is a loving tribue to those called to service during an unsteady peace and a definitive statement about why flying fighters for a living remains among the most noble of professions." (from the dj). . Very good in dustjacket. Signed, without inscription, by Carroll. 50.00

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151 CARSON, Jeane MacKENZIE, Michael Where Once the Eagle Flew 2nd pr
Robinson-Blackmore, 1981, ISBN:0920612105 
CARSON, Jeane. Where Once the Eagle Flew. [cover adds : Life, conditions and activities in Labrador]. With Michael MacKenzie. (Christmas Island, N.S. : MacKenzie Books, July 1981). Second Printing. Printed by Robinson - Blackmore, Grand Falls. Pp ad, 1-96. Illustrated. 8vo, white trade paperback with blank spine. First printing was in May 1981. Chapters : The Time Has Come; Typical Preconceptions; Those Way-Back Days; The Native Scene; Transients' Wish for Labrador; Stories Related by Transients; 'Papa Was an Eskimo, Mama White'; Life of a Labrador Trapper; Life of Airforce Personnel; Goose Bay in Retrospect; A Native Explains; Something You Can't Touch; Other Transients' Comments; We Came, We Saw and We'll Tell You; Labrador Poetry. Vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 12.50

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152 CARTER, Anne Laurel. Last Chance Bay
Puffin Canada, Toronto, 2009, ISBN:9780143169499 
CARTER, Anne Laurel. Last Chance Bay. (Toronto) : Puffin Canada, (2009). First Printing Thus. Pp (10),[1]-208,(6). Small 8vo, illustrated mass-market paperback, orange spine. Juvenile fiction for ages 9 to 12. “Set in Cape Breton during the Second World War, Last Chance Bay is the story of Meg Christie, a young girl who dreams of flying a plane.” - from the back cover. Very good. 5.00

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153 CARTER, William S. Anglo-Canadian Wartime Relations, 1939-1945 : RAF Bomber Command and No. 6 Canadian Group. First Edition
Garland Publishing, Inc., New York, 1991, ISBN:0815304110 
CARTER, William S. Anglo-Canadian Wartime Relations, 1939-1945 : RAF BomberCommand and No. 6 Canadian Group . New York & London : Garland Publishing, Inc., (1991). First Edition. Pp. (4),v-xv,(1),1-204,(4). One map in text. 8vo, maroon cloth with silver lettering to spine. William Stanley Carter (b. August 1, 1920 on Pelee Island, Ontario - d. February 11, 2012 Kingsville, Ontario) served with the RCAF in World War Two. A volume in the Modern European History series, Great Britain section. Section editor: Peter Stansky. A Garland Series of Outstanding Studies and Dissertations. Originally submitted as a doctoral thesis a few years earlier at McMaster University, this volume traces English-Canadian interactions in military decision making, with special emphasis on the No. 6 Canadian Group's relations with the Royal Air Force Bomber Command. Introduction; Prologue : Strike hard, Strike Sure; The Dortmund Raid. 1. The Acid Test of Sovereignty. Bomber Group Negotiations Establishment of a No. 6 Group 2. Ordeal by Battle. Operational History of No. 6 Group 3. Blame the Canadians. RCAF / Civilian Relations; RCAF / RAF Relations; Morale and Discipline. 4. The Struggle for Autonomy. Canadianization; Commissioning; Special Aircrew Leave; Duration of Operational Tours. onclusion: Rites of Passage. With glossary, notes, bibliography and index. Very good. 35.00

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154 CFB Shearwater). PATRICK, E. I., Colonel (foreword). From White-Caps to Contrails : A History of a Modern Air Formation. in dj.
1981, 
(CFB Shearwater). From White-Caps to Contrails: A History of a Modern Air Formation. Foreword by Colonel E. I. Patrick. N.pl.: n.pub., (1981). Pp (22),1-108. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, black cloth. Cooke p.223. On the following Shearwater-based squadrons: 406, 423, 443, 880, and VU-32. Vg in dj. 30.00

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155 CHAJKOWSKY, William E. Royal Flying Corps : Borden to Texas to Beamsville, in dj
Boston Mills Press, 1979, 
CHAJKOWSKY, William E. Royal Flying Corps : Borden to Texas to Beamsville. (Cheltenham, Ont.): The Boston Mills Press, 1979. Pp. 128. Illustrated withmany black & white photographs. 4to, navy cloth. "A pictorial history of C anadians who enlisted in the Royal Flying Corps during its 700 day stay in Canada."-from the introduction. Vg in dj. 45.00

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Oxford Companion to American Military History.  in dj., CHAMBERS, John Whiteclay II, ed. in chief ANDERSON, Fred, (ed.) EDEN, Lynn, (ed.) GLATTHAAR, Joseph T., (ed.)
156 CHAMBERS, John Whiteclay II, ed. in chief ANDERSON, Fred, (ed.) EDEN, Lynn, (ed.) GLATTHAAR, Joseph T., (ed.) Oxford Companion to American Military History. in dj.
Oxford University Press, 1999, 
CHAMBERS, John Whiteclay II, (editor in chief). The Oxford Companion to American Military History. Editors Fred Anderson, Lynn Eden, Joseph T. Glatthaar, Ronald H. Spector; Consulting Editor G. Kurt Piehler. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. First Printing. Pp (6),vii-xxxiv,(2),3-916,(10). Double column. Thick 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

John Whiteclay Chambers II, was born on August 6, 1936 in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Over 1000 entries by over 500 authors, accessible through over 60 pages of triple-column index.

A very useful reference.

"Here is a gold mine of information on American military history, exploring battles and soldiers, ships and weapons, services and doctrines - as well as the social and cultural impact of the U.S. military at home and around the world." - from the dj.

Much on the United States Navy, its ships, officers, &c.

Very good in dustjacket. 45.00


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157 CHAMIER, J. A. Birth of the Royal Air Force : The Early History and Experiences of the Flying Services. First Edition in dustjacket
Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd., London, 1943, 
CHAMIER, J. A., Air Commodore. The Birth of the Royal Air Force : The EarlyHistory and Experiences of the Flying Services. London : Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd., 1943. First Edition. Pp (4),v-viii,1-199,(1), frontispiece. Text Illustrations. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front board & spine. "About 1935 I began to re-read the official history of the R.A.F. in six volumes. It was then impressed upon me that the story of the development of the R.A.F. had not been told in a form other than that suitable for serious students of war and that there was room for a history which traced the development of the tasks given to the Flying Services and the lessons which might be drawn from the experiences of 1914-1918. I should like to emphasize that the book was written with no other purpose. If criticism has developed rom this study, I hope that it will be accepted in the spirit in which it was written. It is not intended as an attack on any department or individual, but it may contain lessons for the future. As will be seen from internal evidence, the book was written at various times in railway trains, hotels, buses, and cars; it was finished early in 1939. The outbreak of war in September, 1939, inevitably postponed my idea of publication, but it now appears in the hope that it may be of historical interest and contain lessons forthe present." (Author's Note, p. vi). Contwnts : Preface. Author's Note. 1 . The Days Before the War. 2. Baptism of War, 1914. 3. The Western Front, 1915. 4. Further Afield, 1915. 5. Organization to the End of 1916. 6. The Somme Battle, 1916. 7. Zeppelins to the End of 1916. 8. The Royal Naval Air Service, 1916 (pp 96-101). 9. Naval Air Effodt, 1917 (pp 102-114). 10. The Western Front, 1917. 11. Zeppelins and Gothas, 1917. 12. The Side-shows. 13.Training: 1917 Onwards. 14. Cleaning Up the Side-shows: Moving Gradually H omewards. 15. The Final Years: 1918 Organization. 16. Prelude to Victory. 17. The Last Great Battle. Bubbling to cloth, personal inkstamp, else very good in wrinkled, edgeworn and tape-repaired, but unclipped, dustjacket. 25.00

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158 CHANT, Chriistopher Osprey Combat Aircrraft 28 Air War in the Falklands 1982. First Printing
Osprey Aviation, Oxford, 2001, ISBN:1841762938 
CHANT, Christopher. Air War in the Falklands. (Oxford) : Osprey Aviation, (2001). First Printing. Pp (5),6-96. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated blue and white card covers, lettered in red and white. Osprey Combat Aircraft28. Contents : 1. Error Compounds Error. 2. The Task Force Heads South. 3. Dominance of the Sea Harrier. 4. Enter the Exocet. 5. The Battle for East Falkland. 6. Overall British Air Superiority. Appendices : Colour Plates Commentaries. Very good. 14.00

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159 CHANT, Christopher, series editor Super Profile series. Super Etendard
Haynes, 1983, 
CHANT, Christopher, series editor. Super Etendard. (Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset): Haynes, (1983). Pp 56. Large 8vo, ill. boards. Super Profile series. An examination of the French marine attack aircraft, with a chapter on Argentine successes with same in the Falklands conflict. Slightly rubbed, else vg. 15.00

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Secret Aerodrome.  in dj. , CHARLTON, L.E.O RATCLIFF, Ernest. BAKER, Gerard.
160 CHARLTON, L.E.O RATCLIFF, Ernest. BAKER, Gerard. Secret Aerodrome. in dj.
Oxford, 1933, 
CHARLTON, L.E.O. The Secret Aerodrome. Illustrated by Ernest Ratcliff and Gerard Baker. L: Oxford University Press, (1933). Pp 288, frontis. 8vo, dec. blue cloth. Rubbed, a few rust spots to bottom edge, slightly cocked, else vg in rubbed, slightly chipped dj. 50.00

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