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161 COLLINS, Gary. Where Eagles Lie Fallen : The Crash of Arrow Air Flight 1285, Gander, Newfoundland.
Flanker Press Limited, St. John's , 2010, ISBN:9781897317679 
COLLINS, Gary. Where Eagles Lie Fallen : The Crash of Arrow Air Flight 1285, Gander, Newfoundland. St. John's : Flanker Press Limited, 2010. First Printing. Pp (8),1-227,(5). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated navy card covers. "Where Eagles Lie Fallen is celebrated master storyteller Gary Collins’s solemn tribute to the American servicemen and servicewomen who lost their livesaboard Arrow Air Flight 1285 when it crashed in Gander, Newfoundland, on D ecember 12, 1985.This is a story of a tremendous loss of life, of the 101stAirborne Division of the U.S. military – the world-renowned “Screaming Eag les.” Eyewitnesses to the tragedy and the surviving loved ones of the lost American soldiers reveal for the first time the profound effect this event had on them, and how it still affects them today. Within these pages you will meet “Buckeye” Brady, “Keybird” Kee, Michael Shayne “Eliot” Stack, “Ziggy” Ziegler, “Jenny” Word, and Sergeant Christine M. McCleery, American servicemen and servicewomen lost aboard Arrow Air Flight 1285. Among those who assisted Gary Collins in the reconstruction of that fateful day are Robyn Stack, mother of Michael Shayne “Eliot” Stack, Gander Deputy Mayor Sandra Kelly, Air Traffic Controller Glenn Blandford, Mayor Doug Sheppard, and Gander resident Pat Kane." - from the back cover. Very good. 12.00

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162 COLLINS, Robert Long and the Short and the Tall : An Ordinary Airman's War. in dj
Western Producer , Saskatoon, 1986, 
COLLINS, Robert. The Long and the Short and the Tall : An Ordinary Airman'sWar. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1986. Pp 134. 8vo, black c loth. A Canadian flyer in WW2. Vg in dj. 20.00

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163 COLLINS, Robert Long and the Short and the Tall : An Ordinary Airman's War. no dj
Western Producer , Saskatoon, 1986, 
COLLINS, Robert. The Long and the Short and the Tall : An Ordinary Airman'sWar. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1986. Pp 134. 8vo, black c loth. A Canadian flyer in WW2. Small dampspot to front board, else vg. Lacking dj. 12.00

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164 COOK, Graeme None but the Valiant. 1st US no dj
Taplinger, 1973, 
COOK, Graeme. None but the Valiant : Exciting True War Stories in the Air and at Sea. N.Y.: Taplinger Publishing Co., (1973). First US Printing. Pp 325. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Part II (pp.163-325) : 1. Submarine Patrol; 2. The Imposters; 3. The Charioteers; 4. U-Boat Attack; 5. The Ships ThatWouldn't Die; 6. The Battle of Narvik; 7. Raiders at Large; 8. Raid on St Nazaire; 9. The Giant Killers; 10. The Sailors Wore Wings. Bibliography forPart II. Vg. 15.00

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165 COONTS, Stephen. Intruders. First edition in dustjacket.
Pocket Books, New York, 1994, ISBN:0671870602 
COONTS, Stephen. The Intruders. First edition. New York : Pocket Books, (1994). Pp. (8), 1-344. Blue cloth spine with light blue paper covered boards."1973. The skies over Vietnam have finally gone silent. America has pulled out, the war is over. But for Lieutenant Jake Grafton, USN, fresh from two combat cruises and a harrowing shoot-down over Laos, the personal battle i s just beginning. His country has not welcomed him home with open arms, butwith closed minds and closed fists. When his girlfriend's father called hi m a murderer, Jake walked away. But when a stranger in a bar challenged hishonor, the man was not so lucky - the guy landed in the hospital. Jake lan ded in jail. And Grafton's shore-duty commander, who bailed him out, has devised the perfect punishment for his ace flight instructor: and eight-monthcruise on the aircraft carrier Columbia teaching jarheads - Marines - the nuances of carrier aviation. Flying missions over Vietnam was a living hell; now, as a Navy man working side by side with Marines who have no carrier aviation experience, Grafton's about to discover another world of fresh hell....The Intruders captures as never before the raw fear and exhilaration of military aviation. It is the extraordinary story of peacetime warriors who are never truly at peace: men who run on instinct and adrenaline, whose only target is the horizon and whose only goals are excellence - and survival." -- from dust jacket. Very good in unclipped dust jacket. 15.00

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166 COOPER, Royal Tales from a Pilot's Logbook : A Love Affair with Planes. Second Printing.
Flanker Press, St. John's, 2000, ISBN:189446303x 
COOPER, Royal. Tales from a Pilot's Logbook : A Love Affair with Planes. St. John's, Nfld.: Flanker Press Ltd., (2000). Second Printing. Pp. (5),vi-xv,(1),1-190,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, ill. yellow card covers with red, blue and white lettering to front cover, red and blue lettering to spine. Very good. 12.00

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167 COPP, Terry (ed.). GODEFROY, Andrew B. COOK, Tim REID, Mark Canadian Military History. Volume 8, Number 2, Spring 1999.
Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario , 1999, 
COPP, Terry (ed.). Canadian Military History. Volume 8, Number 2, Spring 1999. (Waterloo, Ontario : Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, 1999). Pp [1]-80. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated black card covers. Contents : Tim Cook's "A Proper Slaughter": The March 1917 Gas Raid at Vimy” (pp 7-24); Andrew B. Godefroy's “A Lesson in Success: The Calonne Trench Raid, 17 January 1917” (pp 25-34); George Smith's “The Franks Flying Suit in Canadian Aviation Medicine History, 1939-1945” (pp 35-40); Mark Reid's “The Quebec Tercentenary, 1908: Canada's First National Military Pageant” (pp 53-58); and more. Rubbed, wear to spine, else very good. 15.00

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168 COPP, Terry (ed.). HALLIDAY, Hugh A. BARTHOLOMEW, Robert E. McCULLOCH, Ian Canadian Military History. Volume 7, Number 4, Autumn 1998.
Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario , 1998, 
COPP, Terry (ed.). Canadian Military History. Volume 7, Number 4, Autumn 1998. (Waterloo, Ontario : Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, 1998). Pp [1]-80. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated maroon card covers. Contents : Ian McCulloch”s "Batty Mac": Portrait of a Brigade Commander of the Great War, 1915-1917”(pp 11-28); Robert E. Bartholomew's “Phantom German Air Raids on Canada: W ar Hysteria in Quebec and Ontario during the Great War” (pp 29-36); Hugh A.Halliday's “Exercise "Musk Ox": Asserting Sovereignty "North of 60" (pp 37 -44); and more. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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169 COPP, Terry (ed.). PULSIFER, Cameron COKE, Owen COOK, Tim Canadian Military History. Volume 9, Number 1, Winter 2000.
Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario , 2000, 
COPP, Terry (ed.). Canadian Military History. Volume 9, Number 1, Winter 2000. (Waterloo, Ontario : Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, 2000). Pp [1]-80. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Contents : “More a medicinethan a beverage": Demon Rum' and the Canadian Trench Soldier of the First World War” by Tim Cook (pp 7-22); “James Peters, Military Photography and the Northwest Campaign, 1885” by Owen Coke and Peter Robinson (pp 23-30); “Army Supplies in the Forward Area and the Tumpline System: A First World WarCanadian Logistical Innovation” by F.R. Phelan (pp 31-46); “Its just like the resurrection": The Boer Surrender to the Canadians at Paardeberg” by Cameron Pulsifer with Harold Wright (pp 47-55); “Obituary - Orville Fisher: Official War Artist (1911-1999)” by Laura Brandon (pp 56-59); “Bed and Breakfast: A Canadian Airman Reflects on Food and Quarters During the Second World War” by Bill McRae (pp 60-70); “The 1999 Vimy Award: Acceptance Address by Lieutenant-General (Retired) Charles Belzile” (pp 71-74); “Per Ardua Ad Astra: A Concise Guide to Canadian Personnel Records and RCAF Service Information of the Second World War” by Timothy Dubé (pp 75-79); and regular departments. Some edgewear, else very good. 15.00

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170 CORMIER, Ronald Entre bombes et barbeles: Témoignages d'aviateurs et de prisonniers de guerre acadiens 1939-1945
Editions d'Acadie, Moncton, 1990, 
CORMIER, Ronald. Entre bombes et barbelés : Témoignages d'aviateurs et de prisonniers de guerre acadiens 1939-1945. (Moncton) : Éditions d'Acadie, (1990). Pp 223. Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Vg-fine. 15.00

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171 COUGHLIN, Tom BADER, Douglas, foreword Dangerous Sky : Canadian Airmen in World War II. in dj
Ryerson Press, 1968, 
COUGHLIN, Tom. The Dangerous Sky : Canadian Airmen in World War II. With a Foreword by G/C Douglas Bader. Tor.: Ryerson Press, (1968). Pp 214. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, blue cloth. Near-fine in vg dj (light edgewear). 45.00

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172 COWIN, Hugh W. Nimitz Class, Supercarrier. How They Work series. First Edition
Mallard, New York, 1989, ISBN:0792451422 
COWIN, Hugh W. Nimitz Class, Supercarrier. New York : Mallard, 1989. First US Printing. Pp 46. Illustrated. Square 8vo, illustrated paper covered boards. In the How They Work series. Very good. 8.00

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173 CREED, G.L., Squadron Leader BISHOP, W.A., Air Marshal, foreword For Freedom
J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Ltd, Toronto, 1942, 
CREED, G.L., Squadron Leader. For Freedom. Foreword by Air Marshal W.A. Bishop. Toronto and Vancouver: published by J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Ltd., (1942). Pp. (6),vii-x,(2),1-60. 8vo, blue cloth with dark blue decoration to front, dark blue lettering to front and spine. A collection of war poetry by the Scottish-born pilot Gavin L. Creed, son of a Nova Scotian-born inventor of the Creed telegraphic communications . Creed ;ater bnecame the Royal Canadian Air Force Deputy Provost Marshal at the Air Force Headquarters in Ottawa. Includes the following poems: "For Freedom", "Britain Speaks", "Call to America", "Our Pledge", "The Penguin's Prayer", "The Little Folk of London", "England Expects", "To the Bird of the Single Wing", "One Year of War", "A Great American Speaks", "Would You?", "Wartime Christmas", "A Christmas Greeting", "To My Unknown Comrade", "The Heroes of Thermopylae", "Quislings -- and Other Nahzee Birds", "Farewell to H.M.C.S. Otter", "Somebody's Son", "An Easter Message", "They Shall Not", "Roll Out the Barrel", "A Mother's Prayer", "While Britain Stands", "Welcome to a Good Neighbour", "The Unknown Soldier to His Son", "Hail and Farewell to Lord Tweedsmuir", "What Do You Think of the War?", "Ode to Hess", "V for Victory!", "Invocation to the Ferry Fleet", "This Man... Churchill", "Message from Singapore", "Two Years of War", "Thank God, America!", "Christmas Credo -- 1941", "Demoracy's Prayer for 1942", "I Knew Her When", "Your Hour", and "The Men In Battle Dress". Faint soiling to spine, else very good in edgeworn dust jacket. 20.00

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174 CRESSMAN, Robert That Gallant Ship : U.S.S. Yorktown (CV-5).
Pictorial Histories Publications , Missoula, Montana , 1993, ISBN:0933126573 
CRESSMAN, Robert. That Gallant Ship : U.S.S. Yorktown (CV-5). (Missoula, Montana : Pictorial Histories Publications Company, July 1993). Third Printing. Pp [i]-xii,1-184. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated black card covers. Very good. 15.00

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175 CROWELL, Benedict. America's Munitions 1917-1918 : Report of Benedict Crowell.
Government Printing Office GPO, Washington, 1919, 
CROWELL, Benedict. America's Munitions 1917-1918 : Report of Benedict Crowell. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1919. Pp [1]-592,(2), frontis + over 200 pp plates + large folding panorama. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : Book I— Ordnance. Chapter 1. The ordnance problem. 2. Gun production. 3. Mobile field artillery. 4. Railway artillery. 6. Explosives, propellants, and artillery ammunition. 6. Sights and fire-control apparatus. 7. Motorized artillery. 8. Tanks. 9. Machine guns. 10. Service rifles. 11. Pistols and revolvers. 12. Small-arms ammunition. 13. Trench-warfare material. 14. Miscellaneous ordnance equipment. Book II — The Air Service. l. The aircraft problem. 2. Airplane production. 3. The Liberty engine. 4. Other airplane engines. 5. Aviation equipment and armament. 6. The airplane radio telephone. 7. Balloons. Book III — The EngineerCorps. 1. The Engineers in France. 2. Military railways. 3. Engineer activ ities at home. 4. Sound and flash ranging and searchlights. Book IV— Chemical Warfare. 1. Toxic gases. 2. Gas defense equipment. Book V — Quartermaster Activities. 1. Subsistence. 2. Clothing and equipage. 3. Miscellaneous quartermaster undertakings. 4. Motor and horse-drawn vehicles. 6. Medical anddental supplies. 6. Salvage. Book VI — The Construction Division. 1. Canto nments and camps. 2. Miscellaneous construction. Book VII— The Signal Corps. 1. Signal Corps material. Wear to spine ends and corners, inner hinges shaky, gift inscription, some tears to top edge, else good. As is. 45.00

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176 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 12, No. 07-8, May-June, 1960 : 50th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Navy 1910-1960
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1960, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 12, No. 7-8, May-June, 1960 : 50th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Navy 1910-1960. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1960). Pp 1-36. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : The Story of the RCN; RCN(R); Naval Aviation 1945-60; The Wrens; Royal Canadian Sea Cadets; Ships and Aircraft of the RCN; The Fishermen's Reserve; Jubilee Observances; Valedictory; A Navy for Canada (Prize Essay); Here and There; The Arrival of HMCS Niobe; Memories of the Naval College; Naval Lore Corner No. 82. Cover photo of the after portion of HMCS Rainbow and the forward portion of HMCS Kootenay. Inside front cover photo of 29 warships and 19 auxiliaries rounding Georges Island, Halifax Harbour, to pass in review. Rubbed, inkstamp, else very good. 30.00

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177 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 12, No. 07-8, May-June, 1960 : 50th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Navy 1910-1960
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1960, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 12, No. 7-8, May-June, 1960 : 50th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Navy 1910-1960. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1960). Pp 1-36. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : The Story of the RCN; RCN(R); Naval Aviation 1945-60; The Wrens; Royal Canadian Sea Cadets; Ships and Aircraft of the RCN; The Fishermen's Reserve; Jubilee Observances; Valedictory; A Navy for Canada (Prize Essay); Here and There; The Arrival of HMCS Niobe; Memories of the Naval College; Naval Lore Corner No. 82. Cover photo of the after portion of HMCS Rainbow and the forward portion of HMCS Kootenay. Ex-library (inkstamp, discard stamp), 3-hole punched, rubbed, pennednumber to front cover, else very good. 25.00

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178 CUMMING, Michael Radar Reflections : The Secret Life of Air Force Radar Mechanics in World War Two. First Edition in dustjacket
Radar Assciates, Calgary, 2000, ISBN:1894255100 
CUMMING, Michael. Radar Reflections : The Secret Life of Air Force Radar Mechanics in World War Two. (Calgary) : Radar Associates, (2000). First Edition. Pp (10),1-246, + 16 pp plates. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "In this first-time focus on the role and the experiences of radartechnicians in the Allied air forces in WWII, who trained and worked under the strictest secrecy, Michael Cumming, career journalist and established aviation author, draws on personal stories and contemporary records to showhow the many different applications of radar were put to effective use bot h for defensive and offensive purposes in winning the air war. By concentrating on ground-based and airborne radar and telling its story through the experiences of those who installed, maintained and operated this innovative equipment in all the theatres of war, Radar Reflections makes an invaluablecontribution to recorded radar history. During the summer and autumn of 19 40, when Britain faced the onslaught of Germany's bomber fleets, there was an acute shortage of radar technicians - there were barely enough for the present, let alone to be able to maximize radar's remarkable potential in the future. In the armed forces, this was a trade so new, so specialized in its requirements and so cloaked in secrecy that recruitment and training would call for extreme measures. Answwmg this call, the handful of newly-enlisted members of the Royal Canadian Air Force who formed the vanguard of Canada's promised 5,000 were in Britain as early as Christmas Day 1940. As the demand increased, more and more members of Commonwealth and US air forces were working alongside RAF personnel in Britain, the Mediterranean, the Far East and the Pacific; while others, with British support where it was needed, pioneered radar systems for their own nationaJ derense. Radar Reflections is a highly readable narrative - a definitive account of the role and theexperiences of radar technical otticers and radar technicians that testifi es to the vital contribution these specialists made to the Allies' victory.It is a comprehensive chronicle of their activities - a structured blend o f personal reminiscences and documented material, carefully researched among contemporary records. Battles, lives and natlonal survival depended on radar technicians being able to keep a fast-growing product range of highly complex equipment functioning whatever the circumstances, whatever the hardships. The radar technicians' story reaches a heartening conclusion; it demonstrates that the wartime :omradeship lives on, with a rekindled interest in reunions and increasing emphasis on keeping the subject of radar alive for future generations." (from th/e dj). Contents : 1. Secretive Service. 2. RDF Ramparts. 3. Learning Curve. 4. Chain Reactoion. 5. Bombers' Boon. 6. War in the Desert. 7. Gee-Day, 6 June 1944. 8. Hunting U-Boats (pp.102-115).9. South East Asia. 10. On the Continent. 11. Gliding into Battle. 12. Osw ald and the V2. 13. 'Casual' Colonials. 14. Defense of a Nation. 15. The Lost ThankYou. With bibliography and index. Small tear to bottom corner of front board, else very good in unclipped dustjacket. 60.00

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179 CUNEO, John R. Winged Mars. Volume I : The German Air Weapon - 1870-1914. Second Printing.- and - The Air Weapon 1914-1916. Volume II of Winged Mars. First Priting, both in dustjackets
Military Service Publishing Company, Harrisburg, Pa., 1942, 
CUNEO, John R. Winged Mars. Volume I : The German Air Weapon - 1870-1914. With Illustrations by the Author. Harrisburg, Pa.: The Military Service Publishing Company, (December 1942). Second Printing. Pp (14),1-338. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, red lettering to front board and spine. - with -CUNEO, John R. The Air Weapon 1914-1916. Volume II of Winged Mars. Harrisb urg : Military Service Publishing Company, 1947. First Printing. Pp (14),1-503,(3). Maps. Index. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spie. Contents : [Volume I] 1. In the Beginning. 2. Germany Adopts Military Ballooning. 3. The Rise and Fall of German Military Ballooning. 4. The Beginnings of Anti-aircraft Defense. 5. The First German Dirigibles. 6. The Fight to Build a Rigid Dirigible. 7. The Struggle for Dirigible Supremacy. 8. The German Navy Tries Zeppelins (pp 70-78). 9. Orville Wright Reminds a German General of a Circus. 10. The Birth of German Military Aviation. 11. TheAwakening of German Military Aviation. 12. Airplanes in the German Navy (p p 110-116). 13. The Theoretical Use of the German Air Weapon: I. Captive Balloons and Dirigibles. II. Airplanes. 14. Per Ardua Ad Astra. 15. The Enigma of French Military Aeronautics. 16. The Role of the French Air Weapon. 17. The Air Weapon at the Outbreak of Hostilities. Appendices : I. Parsevals Accepted by the German Army Prior to August 1914. II. Dirigibles Built by the German Army. III. Zeppelins Accepted by the German Army Prior to August 1914. IV. Schutte-Lanz Dirigibles Accepted by the Geman Army Prior to August 1914. V. Private Dirigibles Taken Over by the German Army at the Outbreakof War . VI. Dirigibles Acquired by the French and German Armies Prior to August 1914. VII. Zeppelins Accepted by the German Navy Prior to August 1914 (p. 186). VIII. Some German Army Airplanes of 1914. IX. Some French and German Army Airplanes of 1914. X. Some German Naval Seaplanes of 1914 (p. 189). XI. Some British Naval Seaplanes of 1914 (p. 189). XII. Organization ofthe German Air Weapon Prior to 1914. [Volume II] Part One: Tactical Air Op erations Over Land. 1. The 1914 Doctrine of Warfare. Note 1. Diplomatic Employment of the Air Weapon. 2. The Period of Concentration in the West. Note1. French Strategic Air Reconnaissance. 3. The French Offensive (August 19 14). Note 1. Allotment of Air Units to German Armies on the Western Front August 18, 1914. Note 2. A Comparison of the Tactical Organization of Aviation Units on the Western Front, August 1914. Note 3. French Air Reconnaissance During the Offense. 4. The German March Through Belgium and Northern France. Note i. Allied Observation of the German Wheel, Through Belgium. 5. The Pursuit to the Marne. Note 1. The Allied Discovery of the Wheel of the German First Army. 6. The Battle of the Marne. 7. The Conclusion of Open Warfare in the West. Note 1. Allied Air Reconnaissance September-November 1914.8. The Battles of Gumbinnen and Tannenberg. Note 1. The Russian Air Servic e at the Beginning of the War. 9. The Ending of the Eastern Campaign 1914. , 10. Behind the Operations of the Air Weapon (1914). Note 1. The French Air Service Conquers Its First Crisis. 11. Trench Warfare: Blessing and Blight. Note 1. The Beginnings of Aerial Combat. 12. The Reorganization of the German Air Force (1915). 13. To the End of 1915. Note 1. The R.F.C.in the Allied 1915 Offensives. Note 2. French Aviation in the Fall Offensives of 1915. 14. The German Air Weapon in the 1915 Offensives Against Russia and Serbia. 15. German Antiaircraft Defense (1914-1915). Note 1. German Antiaircraft Activity on the Eastern Front. 16. Verdun (1916). Note 1. French Aviationat Verdun. 17. The Preliminaries to the Somme Offensive (1916). Note 1. Al lied Air Preparations for the Somme. 18. The Somme Offensive (1916). 19. The Conclusion of the Somme Offensive (1916). Note 1. The Allied Air Servicesat the Somme. Note 2. Allied Antiaircraft Artillery. Note 3. German Air Ac tivity in the East and Balkans During 1916. 20. The Reorganization of the German Army Air Force (1916). Note 1. The Beginnings of Reorganization in the British Air Services. Note 2. The Decline of French Military Aviation (1915-1916). Part Two : Tactical Air Operations at Sea. 21. The Watch for the British Fleet (1914). Note 1. The Allied Air Forces (pp 297=3-04). 22. Action in the North Sea (1915). 23. Prelude to Jutland. 24. The Battle of Jutland. Note 1. British Air Service at Jutland. 25. The Sunderland Operation. Note 1. British Air Activity During the Sunderland Operation. Note 2. Ink Battles Over the Jutland and Sunderland Air Operations.Note 3. Naval Air Operations in the Baltic (1914-1916) (pp 346-347). Part Three : Strategic air Operations. 26. The Raids on Great Britain (1914-1916). Note 1. The Antiaircraft Defense of Great Britain. Note 2. German Air Raids on Paris (1914). 27. The Bombing of Germany. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good in spine-sunned, chippedand worn, torn and tape-repaired, price-clipped dustjackets. The 2-vol. se t for 225.00

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180 DALE, Albert B. JENNEY, Robert Brad Turner in Transatlantic Flight
Whitman Publishing Company, Racine, Wisconsin, 1939, 
DALE, Albert B. Brad Turner in Transatlantic Flight. Racine, Wisconsin : Whitman Publishing Company, (91939). Pp (4),9-424,(4). Illustrated. 12mo, illustrated paper covered boards, red, black and yellow lettering. A volume inthe Better Little Books series. Some edgewear, corners bumped, rubbed, els e very good. 45.00

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